- Manchester City players and staff party till 3 AM after a breathtaking final day of the English Premier League season that saw City defend their crown
- Summer acquisition Jack Grealish was repeatedly seen leading the celebrations as he savoured his first trophy in a Manchester City shirt
- Head coach Pep Guardiola was also in attendance in the title celebrations at a restaurant in Manchester to celebrate his fourth Premier League crown
Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola and his players partied late into the night after winning the English Premier League. Pictures of the English champions celebrating their latest triumph have been circulated online.
Guardiola and his side had to dig deep to win their fourth title in five years. Aston Villa had raced to a 2-0 shock lead at the Etihad to tilt the advantage back to City’s rivals Liverpool.
But an inspired comeback headlined by Ilkay Gundogan saw City score three goals in the space of five minutes to beat Liverpool to the title by a single point.
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And the champions celebrated in style by taking to the Ivy Restaurant in Manchester in a party that the Daily Mail understands went up to 3 AM. Guardiola, his players and their partners were in attendance.
Former Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish headlined the celebrations. Grealish was celebrating his first Premier League title after making the switch at the start of the season. He posted photos on his Instagram account as he imbibed with fellow players and the technical staff.
Daily Mail further reports that Grealish was beyond stoked to bag his first Premier League title.
When you're a kid all you want to do is play in the Premier League and once you do that the next thing is winning it. I can't put this into words, honestly.
We know how good of a side Aston Villa were, they showed it today but we know with our quality we can beat anyone. We did that in the last 20 minutes or so, I can't put it into words.
It means everything - when I signed here people were saying to me "what do you actually want - to win the Champions League or the Premier League, and for me, it was always the Premier League. I've never won it before and I'm so happy.
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Sports Brief had also reported that The dressing room of Manchester City went absolutely ballistic with celebrations after Guardiola's charges clinched the Premier League title in dramatic circumstances.
After City blew a two-goal advantage in the Champions League semifinals against Real Madrid, Pep and his charges came under scrutiny for failing to show character and thus wanted to prove critics wrong on the final day of Premier League fixtures.
His title defence appeared to be slipping through his hands when Aston Villa shot to a two-nil lead with goals from Matty Cash and ex-Liverpool talisman Coutinho silencing the home crowd.
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