Manchester City thrashed Brighton 4-1 on the final day of the premier league season. To become champions for the second time in a row.
City started weakly and a bit disorganized from the defense. Until Murray opened scoring for home side before the defending champions rose back to the occasion and leveled up and eventually took the lead at half time by 2-1.
Mahrez scored City’s third goal that appeared to be the winner in the 63rd minutes. Before Gundogan cemented the victory with a fourth goal in 72 minutes.
The 4-1 win made City champions irrespective of the outcome of the result between Liverpool and Wolves. Which eventually ended 2-0 in favour of the Reds.
En route winning the title back-to-back. Man City won 14 consecutive matches since their 2-1 loss to Newcastle on 29th January 2019.
The victory means City finished top with 98 points. Just two points behind their last title in 2018 when they finished with 100 points.
The win is also the eight time the Premier League would be decided on the final day. Interestingly, City benefited on three occasions (2011-12, 2013-14 and 2018-19)