Man City Crown Premier League Champion: Equal Chelsea PL Title
Yesterday was another historic day for Manchester City as the club recorded her fifth premier League title.
It is instructive to note that the 5 PL titles have all come in the last 10 years when they won their first title in 2011.
Man City became champion yesterday evening when their city rival Manchester United who lined up their team B got beaten by Leicester City who are still hoping to participate in the next season European competition.
With this season title, Man city has now equal Chelsea total number of PL titles since 1991. While Chelsea have the total number of 6 league titles, Man City have a total of 7 league titles, Arsenal 13, Liverpool 19 and Man United 20.
In the other news, Manchester City coach: Pep Guardiola has now won 9 leagues titles in three different leagues in the last 12 years.
Congrats to them!
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