A third domestic title in four seasons was confirmed on Tuesday evening with Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat to Leicester City.
Our latest triumph is just rewards for the relentless efforts and consistent quality that the entire squad has produced across a truly unique campaign.
It is a season that will live long in the memory across the entire footballing landscape but, for City, it will be for all of the right reasons.
And with a CITY+ subscription, you can sit back and watch the full 90 minutes of every single Premier League clash so far this season.
To get you started, we’ve identified five must-watch matches below.
Chelsea 1-3 City
Pep Guardiola’s men began 2021 with a bang by putting Chelsea to the sword in a devastating away performance.
Chelsea would grab a stoppage time consolation through Callum Hudson-Odoi but the damage had already been done in a truly dominant display.
Liverpool 1-4 City
Records are there to be broken, and City demonstrated that in emphatic fashion when we travelled to merseyside in February.
Winless at Anfield since 2003, things looked bleak when, despite his phenomenal scoring form, Ilkay Gundogan blazed a penalty over the bar before the break.
But the German wouldn’t be kept quiet for long, grabbing a second half brace to complement Raheem Sterling’s close-range header and Foden’s thunderbolt and cap off a deserved 4-1 victory.
It was an evening that will be talked about among City fans for years to come, and signified a 14th successive victory in all competitions in the process.
City 3-0 Tottenham
We got our noses in front from the spot through Rodrigo, before the German poked home our second five minutes after the restart.
And the midfielder effortlessly shook off the attentions of Davinson Sanchez before calmly slotting home past Hugo Lloris.
City 5-2 Southampton
It was goals galore under the Etihad lights when Southampton locked horns with Pep Guardiola’s men back in March.
An already entertaining clash then switched into fifth gear with a three goal flurry in just nine second half minutes before the hour mark.
Mahrez jinked through the Southampton defence to smash home our fourth on 50 minutes, before Che Adams pounced on a favourable deflection to reduce the deficit to two goals.
Aston Villa 1-2 City
A thrilling clash at Villa Park saw City take a huge step towards a third Premier League crown in four seasons.
Aston Villa were down to ten themselves before the hour when Matty Cash was shown a second yellow card, but City held on to move within eight points of the title.