City were languishing eight points behind the Red Devils in early April but now know that a win against QPR on Sunday would guarantee them their first top-flight title since 1968, and Toure has hailed the "unbelievable" efforts of the former Inter coach.
"Full credit to Mancini – an unbelievable boss," he told reporters.
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"And if we keep on winning we feel United can drop enough points for us. And we did it."
Toure scored both of City’s goals in their 2-0 win against Newcastle last time out but is aware that that they still have to perform against relegation-battlers QPR in the final game of the season.
He added: "[We are] very happy but I think the job is not done yet we have to continue to win and look after Sunday.
"It will be amazing [to win the title] because it's for that that I came to City, to make history, and I hope I will make this history the next week. But we know it's going to be tough against QPR because they need the points."
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"Yeah, that was very important, but brilliant? I think not, because I scored a more brilliant goal in Barcelona [before joinig City]," he stated.
"But I think it was amazing [as it was a] very important game for the title race but I think I got lucky to be in the right [place at the right] time to score this important goal for my team."