SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 30: Frank Lampard of Manchester City shoots past Maya Yoshida of Southampton to score their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Manchester City at St Mary’s Stadium on November 30, 2014 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

VIDEO: “Former” NYCFC player Frank Lampard scores game winner for Manchester City

While he hasn’t played a game yet, Frank Lampard is staying at Manchester City for a little while longer as his loan is extended and will join NYCFC sometime in the summer. The move has brought up strong emotions from many in the United States as well as England on the move. While extending loans happens all the time, many point out the possible unethical behavior by making personnel moves like this on teams owned by the same person.

Anyway, the supersub came on and three minutes later, after Sunderland equalized on the PK, Frank scored the game winner to give his “parent club” a 3-2 win.

(Thanks to @RobHarris and @TotalMLS for the title)

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