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5am departures and four-figure wine – Inside Manchester City’s Premier League title party at luxury city centre location



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Manchester City players and staff celebrated their record-breaking Premier League title triumph with a major party on Sunday night.

Pep Guardiola’s side became the first team to win four consecutive Premier League titles this weekend, claiming a sixth title in seven years with an historic 3-1 win over West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City raced into an early lead courtesy of an emphatic Phil Foden strike, with the 23-year-old doubling the Sky Blues’ advantage with another clinical finish in the 18th minute, prior to Rodri securing the major victory in the second-half, after Mohammed Kudus halved the deficit before half-time.

The victory, which was Manchester City’s 28th of the campaign in the Premier League, allowed the Cityzens to beat Arsenal to the title for a second successive season, winning the league ahead of Mikel Arteta’s side by two points.

The Blues are also unbeaten in 35 matches across all competitions and were the only top-flight English side to remain unbeaten at home throughout the entirety of the 2023/24 season.

Manchester City could win a fourth trophy of the campaign at Wembley Stadium next weekend, when the newly-crowned Premier League champions face local rivals Manchester United in the Emirates FA Cup Final.

Guardiola’s side could become the first club to ever win back-to-back Premier League and FA Cup trophies, with Manchester City having beaten Erik ten Hag’s side 2-1 in the FA Cup Final last season as well.

Despite having the FA Cup Final in north London next Saturday, Manchester City players and staff celebrated their record-breaking Premier League title success on Sunday night, with a major party at luxury Greek restaurant FENIX in Manchester city centre.

The first-team squad and manager Guardiola were all in attendance at the event, with the families of players and staff also present, according to the Daily Mail.

Jack Grealish and Rodri departed the ‘wild title party’ at 5am on Monday morning, claim The Sun newspaper, with the Englishman wearing a £2,000 Gucci suit.

Goalkeeper Ederson left the restaurant with a £1,280 bottle of red wine, meanwhile Matheus Nunes celebrated his first Premier League title by exiting with £1,400 worth of Ace of Shades Champagne, according to The Sun.