City are back-to-back Premier League champions after coming from behind to beat Brighton 4-1 at the Amex Stadium.
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The Blues fell behind to a Seagulls set piece in the first half, but hit back straight away, edged ahead and eventually coasted home with two further goals after the break.
It is a remarkable achievement from a quite remarkable team and it is the closing chapter on an unforgettable title race.
In brilliant sunshine at a resplendent Amex Stadium, City strode out to try and finish a job that has been 10 months in the making.
Bernardo tried to get the Blues off to the perfect start with a run that saw him weave through a couple of challenges before foiled as he was about to pull the trigger.
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Manchester City’s players and backroom staff celebrate on the Amex Stadium pitch after sealing the Premier League title
Pep Guardiola is thrown into the air after his side beat Brighton 4-1 to finish one point ahead of title rivals Liverpool
City’s Argentine contingent, Sergio Aguero and Nicolas Otamendi, hold the Premier League trophy following the victory
The travelling City contingent in the stands at the Amex needed no invitation to bask in their victory over Brighton
England internationals John Stones and Kyle Walker show off their Premier League winners’ medals after the final whistle
Guardiola and his staff come together to toast their second consecutive title – and their fourth in the past eight seasons
Manchester City fans also gathered outside the Etihad Stadium, with one letting off a sky blue flare to celebrate the win
Riyad Mahrez, who scored a brilliant second-half goal to help City win on Sunday, leads the celebrations in Brighton