Vincent Kompany’s header in first-half stoppage time earned a 1-0 win to put City level with United on points with two games to play, but ahead on goal difference. Assuming United wins its final two games against Swansea and Sunderland -- two teams with little to play for -- then City must also win its final two matches against teams that desperately need victories. City’s next game is away to a Newcastle United team still chasing Champions League qualification, followed by a season-ender against a Queens Park Rangers side battling against relegation. “It’s not finished,” said City manager Roberto Mancini. “If we think it’s finished it will be a big mistake.” “We are very happy but next Sunday we will have another difficult game [against Newcastle]. Very difficult,” Mancini said.