Manchester City crowned Premier League champions after shock United defeat

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Manchester City have won a total of 28 games this season, leaving them just two away from Chelsea's record of 30.

Guardiola's men secured their third PL trophy with five games of the season to go and this league title is City's fifth in club history.

He said: "Yes, there's players all over the world Portugal, Spain - you name it - wherever".

City's season was at risk of derailing after suffering a 5-1 aggregate defeat to Liverpool in the Champions League earlier this week, but Guardiola believes that lifting the title will more than make up for the disappointment of crashing out of Europe.

The Catalan headed for Sandiway Golf Club in Cheshire fully expecting United to collect maximum points against the league's bottom club, but Jay Rodriguez's 73rd-minute goal sealed a surprise result on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola will be on the golf course as Manchester City wait for news of the Manchester United match that could see them crowned champions on Sunday.

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15 - Kevin De Bruyne, a strong contender for Player of the Year honours, has been an unstoppable creative force in his third season with the club, contributing a league-best 15 assists in his 33 appearances.

"As much as I'm going to celebrate today, I'm going to see if any of the lads are still up for it on Wednesday for us to have a good training session and build up to the next games as well. I've never been able to retain the title and want to see if this team has got it to carry on and be even more successful". Previous times, we almost threw it away and that was a feature of every season we won it.

Kompany, whose return to regular fitness has been a key factor in City's success this season, said there could be no talk of domination after they won a first league title since 2014.

"But in our defence, we can only be judged on a period of time, so we need, two, three or four years in a row and if at the end of this we are consistent like we have been this season, then perhaps but we have taken one step, that all we can do at the moment".

"People say it was a big failure last week".

"I don't know if I was the first or if I was the second or the third, but I congratulated them face-to-face when I had the chance to do it".

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