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Summary

  1. Fabianski error allows Toure to score
  2. Milner doubles lead after counter-attack
  3. Sigurdsson & Gomis draw Swansea level
  4. Toure drives in his second from edge of box
  5. Substitute Bony scores against former club

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By Phil Dawkes

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Goodbye

Manchester United v Arsenal
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There were 20 shots on target in this afternoon's match at the Liberty Stadium; the most in the Premier League this season. The last game to have more than 20 was Man Utd's infamous 8-2 win over Arsenal in August 2011, which produced 22.

How about that for a neat hand-over to Manchester v Arsenal, which you can

follow here.

I'm done. Goodbye.

Conference play-off final

Bristol Rovers 1-1 Grimsby

Matt Taylor of Bristol Rovers challenges for the ball with goalkeeper James McKeown and Shaun Pearson of Grimsby Town
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The Conference play-off final rumbles on at Wembley with nothing to separate Grimsby and Bristol Rovers, who are tied at 1-1. Will that game all the way to the drama of penalties? You can find out by following updates during Manchester United's game with Arsenal, which you can find

here.

'It feels like my garden here'

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony, speaking to BBC Sport: "It's crazy for me to come here and not go left to the home dressing room. But that's the way football works. I have to adapt to that.

"The Swansea fans gave me a good reception and good motivation too. When I got a chance, I scored. It was a strange moment when I scored. This team did a lot for me - and the fans too. We've been here together. But we have to deal with that.

"I feel it's like my garden here. I know the pitch here so well. I had a good relationship with the fans here. The feeling is to leave that situation in a good way.

"There's more to come from me. I went to Africa Cup of Nations in January and came back tired. I have to finish the season well. We have one game left, I want to win and score. The important thing is to prepare myself well for next season."

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

I'm just watching the replays of the Manchester City goals from the Liberty Stadium. They're not a bad bunch at all. However, they are almost overshadowed by a truly awful kit crime from the deposed champions. Who signed off on purple? It's like watching a Ribena* advert.

*Other concentrated fruit drinks are available.

Tremendous Toure

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Yaya Toure scores
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Yaya Toure was a pivotal figure in the game at the Liberty Stadium. But then he tends to do well against the Welsh side. He has scored four and assisted another in his last four Premier League appearances against the Swans. The Ivorian midfielder scored his 50th Premier League goal, becoming the fourth player to reach this milestone for Manchester City, after Sergio Aguero, Carlos Tevez and Edin Dzeko. He then added a 51st for good measure.

Manchester United v Arsenal

We're not done yet folks. The match is under way at Old Trafford. You can follow the action by clicking over to our

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Manager reaction

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Swansea manager Garry Monk: "I am disappointed with the result but once again the players' character and commitment was there to see. Our management of certain periods of the game didn't help us but we were playing against a very good team. I thought we could have got something out of the game but it want to be.

On Joe Hart's save: "It was a fantastic save but that is why he is an excellent keeper."

On his own keeper Lukasz Fabianski, who made a mistake for Man City's first goal: "I'll allow Lukasz one mistake this season. He has been fantastic for us this season, as has the rest of the team. The quality was there again and if we had taken our chances, maybe we could have come away with something."

Garry Monk has completed the lap of honour following his side's final game of the season and is now speaking to the media.

He's had some kind words for Lukasz Fabianski, despite the keeper arguably being at fault for two of Manchester City's goals.

Quotes to follow.

Conference play-off final latest

It's still 1-1 between Bristol Rovers and Grimsby at Wembley. Into the last 10 minutes of normal time. Is extra time on the cards?

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Man Utd v Arsenal (16:00 BST)

Femi, Greenwich: I'm sure RVP would celebrate if he scores against Arsenal this afternoon.

manager reaction

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini: "It was an attractive game for the fans. We needed to win to ensure we were in Europe. It was an open game. We concede two easy goals but I am happy with the performance against a good team."

On Joe Hart's save: "The most important thing is the moment he made it. But I am glad in the personality of the team to go for the game right from the beginning."

On Yaya Toure: "I didn't have any doubt about Yaya. Maybe the media started with him after his birthday. After that he went to Africa Cup and we couldn't win. Maybe an important player has more criticism but I never had doubts."

On next season: "I try to learn every day. We know we are in a difficult league. There are four or five teams with a strong squad and the same money to spend. If you don't win the league it is important to finish as strong as you can. It is important for me, the team and the project to believe in what we do. You must have conviction and I have it to be a strong team next season and go for the title."

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has been doing the TV interview rounds. We'll have his quotes for you any minute...

As it stands...

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Premier League top eight
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Viv: About time Yaya started earning his birthday cake this season!!!

Mark Taylor: All this not celebrating a goal against your old team. PATHETIC. You left to get more money with your new team. Get over it.

Rob Meech: Joe Hart is constantly overlooked in the best keeper debate. Why? Been arguably City's best player this season.

Full-time possession stats

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Possession stats
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Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Joe Hart speaking to Sky Sports: "We don't answer to anyone apart from each other, the fans and the management. After the United defeat we made second our aim, we've won five on the spin and we'll try to win the last one against Southampton."

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City - Wilfried Bony

So that is Champions League group-stage football secured for Manchester City. The lowest they can finish now is third.

FULL-TIME

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City

Manchester City celebrate Bony's goal
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Wilfried Bony's goal against his former club is the last meaningful action of a superb match. It had just about everything: one team storming into the lead, the other hitting back, goalkeeping errors and brilliance (one save from Joe Hart in particular), a goal from a player against his former club and a deserved winner.

Over to you Manchester United and Arsenal. Follow that.

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City - Wilfried Bony

BBC Radio

BBC Radio Manchester summariser Fred Eyre: "That was a cooly-taken goal, he did not snatch, kept ice calm and slid it in. It hit the post, could have gone anywhere but rolled along the line and in. A very cleverly taken goal."

GOAL

Swansea 2-4 Manchester City - Wilfried Bony

Wilfried Bony goal
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That is the end of that. Manchester City have this game wrapped up. And the goal has come from a man who knows better than anyone on the pitch what it is like to score on this ground: Wilfried Bony. It is a superb low finish from the edge of the box that finds the net off the base of the post. There is no celebration from Bony, who gets applause from the home fans as a result.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Marvin Emnes looks to curl the free-kick but hits the top of the wall.

Five minutes are shown for injury time. Raised hope for Swansea of snatching a point.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Free-kick to Swansea. 25 yards out.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Sergio Aguero
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Time is ticking away. Swansea are taking greater risks now and it is leaving them vulnerable at the back. They leave Sergio Aguero one-on-one at the back, which is never a good idea, but for once the Argentine's control lets him down and Federico Fernandez can clear.

SUBSTITUTION

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Here comes Wilfried Bony for a five-minute cameo against his former club. He replaces Yaya Toure.

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MJC1973: That save shows why City will finish runners up. May self destruct in front of him but he rarely falters. Wish he played for LFC.

Stacy Phillips:Not much more Fernandez could've done with that. Fabulous stop from Joe Hart. Right out of the top drawer.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

BBC Radio Manchester summariser Fred Eyre: "Fernandez is totally unmarked in the area, a clean, clear header towards the top corner and Hart appeared from nowhere. That has to be one of his best-ever saves. It was one that the likes of Gordon Banks would be proud of."

GREAT SAVE!

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Joe Hart save
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Another superb save from Joe Hart denies Bafetimbi Gomis, who had got ahead of his marker to meet Leon Britton's cross and drive a header on target from near point-blank range. Hart's reflexes are too good, though, and the ball stays out.

SUBSTITUTION

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Another Swansea change sees Marvin Emnes come on for Gylfi Sigurdsson.

GREAT SAVE!

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

That is truly magnificent from Joe Hart. Gylfi Sigurdsson swings over a corner which Federico Fernandez heads towards goal and he is wheeling away in celebration until the diving Hart's left hand appears from nowhere to tip the ball over the bar. It is a sensational save to keep his side ahead.

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Swansea 2-3 Manchester City - Yaya Toure

Chris Randell: Like the Toure of the last few seasons. If only he had done that all season.

Will: Three goalkeeping errors today. All Fabianski luck used up?

Alex Haworth: The goalkeeper again! Can Fabianski save anything today?

SUBSTITUTION

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Interesting change. Vincent Kompany is on for Fernandinho. The Belgian started his City career as a defensive midfielder. Maybe that booking for Fernandinho made Manuel Pellegrini think he needed an alternative man in there?

Swansea take the corner, but it comes to nothing.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Modou Barrow of Swansea
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Superb play from substitute Modou Barrow sees him beat a couple of men down the right and play over a low cross, but none of his team-mates are quick enough to react and an away defender hammers the ball behind. That is the cue for a Man City change...

BREAKING TEAM NEWS

Man Utd v Arsenal (16:00 BST)

In the absence of Wayne Rooney, defender Chris Smalling takes the captain's armband for the first time for Manchester United.

Radamel Falcao starts up front, former Arsenal man Robin van Persie is on the bench.

Arsenal are unchanged.

Man Utd: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Mata, Ander Herrera, Fellaini, Young, Falcao. Subs: Di Maria, Januzaj, van Persie, Valdes, McNair, Blackett, Wilson.

Arsenal: Ospina, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud. Subs: Szczesny, Gibbs, Gabriel, Rosicky, Wilshere, Walcott, Flamini.

You can follow all the news from that match

here.

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City - Yaya Toure

BBC Radio

BBC Radio Manchester summariser Fred Eyre: "Yaya rampaged across the box, Cork tried to keep pace with him but couldn't. Like with his first goal, it seems to have gone through the keeper, I know when he hits them they take some stopping but Fabianski could have done better with all the goals."

SUBSTITUTION

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

Jonjo Shelvey off, Leon Britton on.

YELLOW CARD

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City

hat is a yellow card all day long. Modou Barrow breaks away and is hacked down Fernandinho near the centre circle. No hesitation from the ref in brandishing a card.

GOAL

Swansea 2-3 Manchester City - Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure
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He has done it again! Manchester City have been pressing forward since Swansea levelled and their positivity pays off as Yaya Toure drives to the edge of the box, holds off a challenge and fires low past Lukasz Fabianski. The keeper got a hand to it and, like Toure's first goal, will feel he should have saved it. They led 2-0, threw it away and now the visitors lead 3-2.

Can they hold on this time?

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Swansea 2-2 Manchester City

Paul: To Dave Manc. The difference between Chelsea and City? Chelsea won this fixture comfortably 5-0. Oh, and about 11 points.

SUBSTITUTION

Swansea 2-2 Manchester City

On comes young attacker Modou Barrow for Nathan Dyer.

Bafetimbi Gomis
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