Manchester City wins the Premier League: it is the fourth consecutive title. Nobody like Guardiola


By John

Manchester City won the Premier League. The victory on the last day against West Ham was decisive (3-1). This is the fourth consecutive title for Guardiola's team: no team has managed to win so far 4 Premiere Leagues in a row. The Etihad party exploded after less than 80 seconds, when Foden invented a left-footed shot into the top corner. The 1-0 gives City wings: Guardiola's team dominates, finding the second goal in the 18th minute again with Foden, served by the irrepressible Doku, creating opportunity after opportunity, putting West Ham on the ropes. The mood changes in the 42nd minute: following the development of a corner, Kudus invents a spectacular overhead kick in the area which, in addition to the 2-1, erodes the certainties of the entire stadium. City regained control of operations in the second half and found the safety goal in the 59th minute with Rodri, a precise pool shot from the edge of the box. The Etihad party could definitely explode.

An epic for City, which has transformed the English championship into its own kingdom and continues to be insatiable, accumulating victories and trophies. The story that City wanted to write again, after last year's sensational treble, testifies to the greatness of Pep Guardiola, of what he built in Manchester: a team that has won 6 Premier Leagues in the last 7 years, officially gone from dynasty to tyranny with this new triumph. Arsenal tried, this time until the end, but it wasn't enough to dethrone the champions.

The champions have not lost since December 6th, they have won their last 9 games, dominated by almost 4 goals on average. They confirmed that they are that point of reference that is still unattainable for everyone, surprising Guardiola himself, who after last year's treble and the long-term injuries of De Bruyne (10 assists since he returned at the end of January) and Haaland (first since Harry Kane 2017 to be top scorer for two seasons in a row) expected a decline. But there wasn't: City showed their character in the most difficult moments