Manchester City have emerged the 2022/23 Premier League champions after a 1-0 defeat for Arsenal at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
This means that Pep Guardiola’s side can no longer be caught at the top of the title.
Early goal from Nigeria’s Taiwo Awoniyi was enough for Forest to beat Arsenal and put them four points behind the leaders with only one match to play.
Man City have become only the second club to claim a hat-trick of Premier League titles, after Manchester United did so twice, between 1999-2001 and 2007-2009.
It is Man City’s seventh Premier League title in total and the fifth for Guardiola in just seven seasons at City— Bravo.
However, only three managers have claimed more in the English top flight’s history, Namely; Sir Alex Ferguson (13 titles); George Ramsay at Aston Villa (six between 1894-1910); and Bob Paisley at Liverpool (six between 1976-1983).
Man City could also match Man Utd’s feat of 1999 by claiming an historic Treble if they beat their neighbours in the FA Cup final on 3 June and then Internazionale Milano in the UEFA Champions League final seven days later.
MANCHESTER CITY PLAY CHELSEA TOMORROW
Sunday 21 May
MCI 16:00 CHE
Man City will be presented with the Premier League Trophy and medals after their match at home to Chelsea on Sunday