Guardiola was in charge at Barca for four years and spent three years at Bayern Munich before his move to the Premier League, and has now won league titles in Spain, Germany and England as a manager. Everyone knows it. Even the most hardcore of Man Utd supporters will begrudgingly admit that the Man City boss has worked wonders this season.
'I'd like to stay humble, it's not a dynasty, it's just one title.
The Manchester City ace famously scored the title-winning goal deep in added time of the last game of the season in 2012, commonly known as the 'Agueroooooo!' moment due to Martin Tyler's memorable commentary.
He'll be frustrated [by this season's European campaign] because obviously he likes to play great football and the great managers always want more. "Then the first time you lose one, you think you're never going to win another ever again". City defender Benjamin Mendy, who missed most of the season due to injury, turned social media blue as he tweeted: "We are f*****g champions congratulations boys!" The Premier League title is his 24th major trophy of his career.
'We all believed in it, otherwise it wouldn't happen, ' Kompany said.
"There's nothing better. Long may it continue and hopefully, every single Cityzen around the world parties for us tonight".
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Ricciardo's teammate Max Verstappen also chose to pit at the same time, but two errors cost him his chances. Spaniard Carlos Sainz was ninth for Renault with Kevin Magnussen rounding out the top 10 for Haas.
"This one differs in the fact we were consistent the whole season, we played at the level we wanted to and a few times we won it before we almost threw it away".
We're all aware of just how impressive the front three of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino are for Liverpool; it doesn't take a genius. The trophy is a well-deserved reward for their dominant performances, and they look set to break even more records with 5 games more to play.
'We needed a period of adaptation...his methods were the right ones, we believed in him.
But they were back to their irresistible best against Spurs as Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan put them 2-0 up early on, with Sterling sealing the win after Christian Eriksen had given the hosts hope.
City, who also won the EFL Cup this season, have lost just two league games in 2017-18, scoring 93 goals in 33 matches. "City were the best team, sooner or later they would get the points, so no dramas when the best team wins the league", Mourinho said. Because last season against other contenders we were not so good.
Yes, they may have won it in stylish fashion, but Manchester City all but ruined their title success with one of the worst celebratory videos of all time.