It wasn’t too dissimilar from what we could see this Sunday. As the Daily Mail previewed last weekend:
On May 11, 1968, City and champions Manchester United were level on points as the final day dawned on what had been a fluctuating title race. But City had a significantly better goal average and they knew that if they could beat a formidable Newcastle United at St James’ Park the crown was theirs, no matter what United did at home against mid-table Sunderland.
So how did it turn out? Here’s Manchester City’s thrilling victory over Newcastle United…
…which didn’t matter anyway, because United lost to SUNDERLAND, the same team they’ll have to beat this weekend to keep pressure on City.
Here’s the entire season in Wikipedia form.