Manchester City crowned champion of England, Arsenal still runner-up

Manchester City crowned champion of England, Arsenal still runner-up
Manchester City crowned champion of England, Arsenal still runner-up

The suspense was not very intense. Favorite for the title of champion of England, Manchester City beat West Ham without much difficulty (3-1) and logically won their tenth title in England, the fourth in a row, which no club had done until then. there.

Thanks to Phil Foden, already voted best player of the season before the match, author of a double in the first minutes (2nd then 18th), the Citizens, dominant as they have been throughout the end of the season, took very quickly set sail. They just had a little doubt when West Ham reduced the gap thanks to a magnificent return from Mohammed Kudus (42nd). But Rodri then sealed the fate of the match (59th). As usual, City then controlled, with very large possession.

At the same time, at the Emirates, Arsenal had to win and hope for a misstep from City. The Gunners barely managed to beat Everton (2-1), but City did the job to allow Pep Guardiola to win his 17th trophy with the club he joined in 2016.

Liverpool, 3rd in the Championship, beat Wolverhampton (2-0) for Jürgen Klopp’s last with the Reds, while Aston Villa will compete in the Champions League next season thanks to their 4th place.

Manchester United did not qualify for the European Cup through the Championship but the Mancunian club could earn a ticket to the Europa League if they beat their rival City on Saturday in the FA Cup final.

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