Nottingham Forest drew 1-1 with Manchester City at the weekend and Liam Gallagher has reacted on Twitter to the result. A last-gasp goal by Chris Wood ensured disappointment for City in their quest to win the Premier League title.

The Reds handed their survival boost a decent injection of life with the point. It kept the teams below them at arm’s length and now they play West Ham and Everton in what looks like two huge fixtures.

Gallagher reacted Twitter
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Forest defended exceptionally well against City. Yes, Pep Guardiola’s team did have lots of possession and wasted some glorious chances but the Reds stayed in the game and took their opportunity at the end.

Steve Cooper will have been desperately pleased with his team. They showed a steely determination and drive that hasn’t always been evident this season; much to the delight of the fan base.

City looked dejected at the end of the weekend clash. On another day they’d have claimed a massive three points and would have probably scored several goals if the game took place again.

But, City were forced to settle for a point. With Arsenal winning earlier in the day, the Gunners claimed an advantage in the title race just days after losing to City on home soil.

Gallagher reacted on Twitter after City draw with Forest

Liam and Noel are UK music legends. Not only that but they’re arguably the most famous City supporters going and both can regularly be found at the club’s home games.

It would appear that Liam was happy with the City result at the weekend. He replied to a supporter quizzing him on the contest and saw it as a good point for City.

Forest are now unbeaten since September in the Premier League at the City Ground. If they continue such form for a little while longer, they could start to pull clear of the relegation zone in the coming weeks.

After some sections of the media dismissed Forest during their analysis, this is a nice change of pace from Gallagher. The Reds deserve credit and he’s not been afraid to give it to the Reds.

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