Mourinho sends stern message to United stars after City's Premier League win

We take a look back at some of Manchester City's most memorable moments of the 2017/18 season

We take a look back at some of Manchester City's most memorable moments of the 2017/18 season

United handed Manchester City the title after losing 1-0 to the Premier League's bottom side. If Jose Mourinho-coached Man United can win all of their remaining matches, they can reach maximum 86 points in total. "City won the title because they won more points than everyone else, don't tell City they won title because United did not win, it is not fair on them".

16 - With their victory at Wembley - and United's loss to West Brom - City are 16 points clear at the top and chasing down the Premier League's largest title-winning margin of 18, which was set by the Red Devils in 1999-00.

Just 15 minutes after the midfielder left the field, West Brom's Jay Rodriguez found the breakthrough for his club, much to the dismay of the home crowd.

They signed some lad called Lindelof that was meant to be good, they had the best goalkeeper on the planet too. Probably because I won eight championships, I was not on the moon with the victory against them.

Former England worldwide Gary Lineker, who now work as a television presenter, tweeted: "Congratulations to @ManCity on winning the Premier League title". That this came one week after United's famous comeback win over City at the Etihad just shows you how, in the eternal words of Cesc Fàbregas, "football is f*cking unbelievable".

City's owners aren't the hiring and firing type and we know they will spend big and back their bosses.

"We are a team that has already more points than last season, a team that's had brilliant matches and a team that showed character many times".

Even Tinder got in on the act, tweeting: "Looks like we swiped right on a victor".

"We are frustrated ourselves with the performance and what we have to do is, from tomorrow, think about the next game and keep going, because we have very important weeks ahead", he said.

"I don't know what their problem has been this season", Lukaku added. People may say they bought the title but plenty of teams have spent significant funds.

Following the 20-time English champions shock defeat at home, the Portuguese tactician revealed he trusts in his ability to lead sides to Premier League glory but maintained it can not be achieved without consistent efforts from the team. Huddersfield and Crystal Palace won earlier, so time is running out for West Brom.

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