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In Pictures: Manchester City celebrate record-breaking Premier League title triumph



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Manchester City became the first club to win four consecutive Premier League titles with a victory over West Ham at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Pep Guardiola’s side beat Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal to the Premier League trophy for a second successive season, as Manchester City clinched a sixth title in seven years with a 3-1 win against West Ham, after goals from Phil Foden and Rodri.

Manchester City became the first club to win the Premier League four times in a row, with Sunday’s trophy also Guardiola’s 17th major honour at the Etihad Stadium, and third trophy of the campaign, following success in the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

The Catalan’s side are unbeaten since early December across all competitions, a streak spanning 35 games and involving 29 victories and six draws.

The Sky Blues claimed the Premier League title with a convincing win on Sunday afternoon, racing into an early two-goal lead after sublime goals from Phil Foden, who was recently named Premier League Player of the Season.

Rodri restored the two-goal cushion with a strike in the second-half, after Mohammed Kudus brilliantly halved the West Ham deficit prior to half-time with an acrobatic effort.

Manchester City can win a fourth trophy of the season next Saturday, when the Cityzens face local rivals Manchester United in the Emirates FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium – a repeat of the showpiece event in 2023.

The Blues’ focus was firmly on celebrating the historic achievement in the Premier League on Sunday however, and here are some of the best pictures from Manchester City’s title-winning celebrations at the Etihad Stadium!