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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.
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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!
Reaction to City’s return to winning ways and a potential summer swoop on two European stars… it’s your Sunday morning paper review.
We hear from Pep Guardiola after the 3-1 win at Spurs