Manchester City has secured their third Premier League title in four years, following Manchester United’s loss to Leicester City on Tuesday. The victory is City’s fifth in the Premier League’s history and their third under Pep Guardiola’s guidance.
City’s dominant form characterized their title-winning campaign, having led the league table for a significant part of the season. Their consistency and unyielding attacking style enabled them to score a total of 72 goals and concede only 26, a testament to their solid defence.
Their triumph was confirmed with three games left in the season, after United’s 2-1 loss to Leicester City, securing the latter’s place in the Champions League next season.
Guardiola commended his players for their hard work and determination, acknowledging, “This season and Premier League title are like no other – this was the hardest one.”
He added, “To be Premier League champions thrice in four years signifies our excellence. However, the club’s success as a whole is crucial, not just the team’s triumph.”
City’s captain, Fernandinho, also expressed his joy at winning the title, saying, “This year has been challenging for everyone, but we have all stuck together and overcome it. We are a family, and this title is for everyone who worked hard behind the scenes.”
City’s focus is now on the Champions League final on May 29, where they will compete against Chelsea in an all-English final.
Manchester City’s dominant form this season earned them their fifth Premier League title and third under Pep Guardiola. The team’s consistency and solid defence have been vital to their success, and their title win was confirmed with three games to go. Their attention is now on the Champions League final, where they will aim to secure their first-ever European trophy.