Going into the final day of the season, Ajax led PSV in the table by one goal with the teams having won, drawn and lost the same number of games.
Two such historic campaigns at the same time is extraordinary, but the nature of the duel has also been remarkable.
Having secured 100 points in the Premier League past year, they now look on course to finish with season with 98 points with 90 minutes separating them from retaining their league title.
It is possible they could get by with a draw, or even an unlikely defeat, as they will start their final game one point ahead - but Pep Guardiola's side know better than to expect gifts from Merseyside. Jurgen Klopp's men have done incredibly well to turn this season into a title race and will finish with the record points total for second place which is testament to their good work over the year.
Leicester still had a huge chance to answer Liverpool's prayers three minutes from time, but against his former club Kelechi Iheanacho shot wide with just Ederson to beat and a titanic tussle for the title remains in City's hands heading into the final day.More news: Voting begins in South Africa's general elections
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Let's take a look at the other final day title deciders.
The Reds have pushed the reigning champions right down to the wire and a win over Wolves in their final domestic game of the season could see them finish with 97 points - a total only bettered in the Premier League era by City's "Centurions" last season.
In the end, however, the teams going down to the Championship were the three weakest sides.
They said: "For the Premier League to be prepared for such circumstances, there are two Premier League trophies".
The 19-year-old has been at the heart of the remarkable season from Ajax Amsterdam who have knocked out big clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus from the Champions League this term.
Man City dominated proceedings in the second-half, however the Foxes nearly went ahead against the run of play after James Maddison came close with a curling effort. Nuno Espirito Santo's men have already beat Liverpool once this season in the FA Cup.