Manchester City needed to do it the most difficult way possible on the last day of the season, yet they brought home the Premier League title by overcoming Aston Villa 3-2.
The title race went right down to the last possible second, with City expecting to match Liverpool’s outcome against Wolves to win their fourth league crown under Pep Guardiola.
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However, Matty Cash’s goal midway through the first half at the Etihad Stadium put Villa, managed by Liverpool great Steven Gerrard, ahead going into half-time.
Ex-Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho then, at that point, put Villa 2-0 up however – as they did against QPR to bring home their most memorable Premier League title a long time back (10 years) – City stopped a staggering comeback.
Ilkay Gundogan was the legend. The substitute hauled City back into it and afterward, after Rodri had reestablished parity, scored from short range to finish a thrilling fightback.
It was needed, with Liverpool beating Wolves 3-1, but City have now won their sixth Premier League title, and their fourth in the space of five seasons.