Manchester City celebrated their third consecutive title of champion of England, winning against Chelsea on the score of a goal to nil, on behalf of the 37th day of the Premier League.
In a festive atmosphere at the Etihad Stadium, Julian Alvarez put the Citizens ahead in the 12th minute as his jubilant fans waited impatiently for the end of the game for the trophy presentation and celebrations.
Indeed, Nottingham Forest’s win over Arsenal on Saturday confirmed Manchester City’s crowning glory, with the Gunners no longer able to catch up to Pep Guardiola’s men in the standings. The latter even rested nine of the players who started on Wednesday against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
The Sky Blues also have the chance to win the treble, with the FA Cup and Champions League finals scheduled for next month. Only Manchester United, in 1998-1999, achieved this feat. It is also the Mancunian rival that City will meet at Wembley on June 3 in the FA Cup final, before facing Inter Milan a week later in Istanbul, to try to win their first Champions League.