The majority of voters decided that City's two late goals were part of the greatest comeback of all-time, ahead of Liverpool's amazing second half against AC Milan in 2005
In what was a close-run thing, 43.58 per cent of those polled hailed the goals by Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero as more important than those that won Manchester United the Champions League in 1999.
Liverpool's inspired Champions League final victory over AC Milan took second place. The second-half comeback attracted over 34 per cent of the vote for being the game which proved that nothing is impossible. It was, of course, Jerzy Dudek's penalty save from Andriy Shevchenko which took the trophy to Merseyside.
City's Manchester rivals United took third place, with 15.48 per cent of the vote, for a similar late turnaround against Bayern Munich to secure a historic treble. Much like City's victory on Sunday, two goals in two minutes changed the shape of the match and the destination of a trophy.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side looked destined to lift this season's Premier League before Aguero snatched victory for City.
Fourth place in the poll went to Newcastle, for their incredible 4-4 draw with Arsenal at St. James' Park. Just 6% of those who responded thought their comeback was deserving of the accolade, despite four second-half goals for the Magpies back in February 2011.