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English Premier League: Manchester City win the 2017-18 Premier League title

17 April 2018

Manchester United fail to stay unbeaten against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday afternoon, promoting Manchester City into Premier League champions with their 1-0 loss to the Championship-bound side.

The title could have been won back when Liverpool played City's neighbours United, but failed to beat them inside Old Trafford.

They clinched the silverware 24 hours later thanks to Albion forward Jay Rodriguez s 73rd minute header at Old Trafford.

Mourinho has not delivered the Premier League title in his second season in charge, and the failure to progress to the FA Cup final is likely to increase the negativity around the Portuguese's managerial position.

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'Last week we did alright, to be fair, against Swansea.

"If we can win a few games between now and the end of the season, worst case scenario it gives us some good vibes going into next year", said Brunt.

Manchester United are still aiming to try and win a trophy this season and they will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup semi-finals next weekend.

Only three teams have ever won the English top flight with five games to spare, with City entering that exclusive club in 2017-18.

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"Today we didn't play wonderful football because we played an awesome team, but you have to manage how you play and compete for the win".

"Manchester City, we won it for you" chanted the West Brom fans at the end of a match greeted by jeers by the home faithful.

The result sparked celebrations among the Light Blue half of Manchester but Mourinho said City's title deserved to be recognised for its true value. From that day on it was only a matter of time before they took the title. But flooding his attack with players did nothing to alter their inability to open up a well-disciplined West Brom defence playing their second game under caretaker manager Darren Moore. I wouldn't be happy if someone says that I won the title because somebody loses a match. With 28 wins, Guardiola's side needs just three more in four games to break the wins record set by Chelsea last season. They lost only two matches, that is why they were champions.

Pep Guardiola knew a result as improbable as the 3-2 derby loss at home to United would be needed to seal the Premier League without kicking a ball on Sunday.

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