Manchester City are EPL champions once again.

Manchester City makes history by winning its 4th EPL title in a row

They said it couldn't be done! Manchester City continues to make history under manager Pep Guardiola, and that's bad news for the rest of the Premier League powerhouses out there. 

On Sunday, City entered the final day with a close lead over Arsenal for the silverware. With a win over West Ham United, MCFC would lock in its fourth consecutive league crown, something that had never been done before. 

Well, City was able to do just that, posting a 3-1 win over the Hammers. Just like that, hearts broke all over North London, as Arsenal had to settle for a second-place finish, and City being named the champions once again.

Manchester City winning another EPL title is unreal 

Winger Phil Foden didn't waste any time in getting the party started at the Etihad Stadium, scoring in the second minute. Foden found the back of the net with one of his famous rockets off his left foot, similar to what we've grown used to seeing out of Erling Haaland

Then in the 18th minute, Foden added his second goal of the game to put Man City up 2-0. Folks in Manchester were feeling quite confident, but West Ham was able to pull a goal back before halftime to make things interesting. 

However, Rodri scored a goal in the 59th minute to close the scoring and give City its 3-1 victory. Last season, Guardiola's men won the treble, which was simply out of this world. They've followed things up with another sensational campaign. 

While Manchester City won't be winning the Champions League again this year, they still can complete a double, as they'll be taking on Manchester United at Wembley in the FA Cup Final on Saturday, May 25. 

City has dominated the rivalry against United in recent seasons, including going 2-0 against them this campaign thus far. This is a rematch of the FA Cup Final from last year, a game City won 2-1. Now, they're hoping to post another win over the Red Devils and once again they'll be doing so as the Premier League champs. Kudos to Guardiola and Co. for looking so great once again in 2023-24!

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