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City win Premier League title!

CHAMPIONS: Manchester City

CHAMPIONS: Manchester City

Manchester City are Premier League champions!

Victory against Spurs at Wembley combined with United’s defeat to West Brom means City are now in an unassailable position at the top-flight summit.

Record-smashing, goal-scoring, swashbuckling and awe-inspiring – boss Pep Guardiola has overseen a scintillating campaign, setting new standards of brilliance in English football.

This title was not the last-minute miracle of 2012, or the last-day drama of 2014 but rather a serene glide to glory.

An incredible 18-match winning streak, running from August to New Year’s Eve, saw City surge away from the opposition and take a grip on the table that never loosened.

In sealing the title at this point, City have equalled the Premier League record for the earliest win held by United since 2001.

PICTURES: Key moments of City's campaign

READ: The records so far and still to come

READ: Players react to title win


Beautiful Football

CHAMPIONS: Join us in celebrating the wonderful football we've played throughout this season


City are only the third club to beat all other teams in a single Premier League season, after Chelsea in 2005-06 and United in 2010-11.

The Blues have emerged victorious from all bar five league matches so far to achieve a points total of 87 and lift the English top-flight title for the fifth time in the Club’s history.

The feat was also achieved in the 1936-37, 1967-68, 2011-12 and 2013-14 campaigns.

Another thrilling aspect of this side is its relative youth, with many players only in their early 20s. Three players nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year – Ederson, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane – is testament to that.

With the League Cup and now the 2017/18 Premier League title secured, here’s hoping for many more honours for this group of players!

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Guardiola hails ‘incredible’ City squad

RESPECT: The two manager shake hands before kick-off

Pep Guardiola described his Manchester City players as “incredible” after a superb 3-1 win at Tottenham put us on the brink of the Premier League title.

We hear from Pep Guardiola after the 3-1 win at Spurs

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City in touching distance of title

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De Bruyne salutes City's strength of character

SCHEMER: PFA PotY nominee KDB pulled the strings once again

Kevin De Bruyne paid tribute to Manchester City's mental toughness after Pep Guardiola's side bounced back to winning ways with an emphatic 3-1 Premier League win away at Tottenham.

Belgian midfielder hails City's mental toughness after Blues bounce back to winning ways in emphatic fashion