Man City crowned Premier League champions

Man City crowned Premier League champions

Manchester City has clinched the title of the Premier League champions after Arsenal suffered a 1-0 defeat against Nottingham Forest on Saturday. This victory propels Pep Guardiola’s team closer to accomplishing an extraordinary treble.

With this achievement, City stands a mere two finals away from becoming the first English side since Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in 1999 to secure the treble. The first of these finals will take place on June 3, as City faces United in the FA Cup final at Wembley. Subsequently, on June 10, they will contest the Champions League final against Inter Milan in Istanbul.

As a consequence of Arsenal’s result, they are now unable to catch up to City in the race for the Premier League. Mikel Arteta’s team remains four points behind, with only one game left to play.

City’s next match is scheduled for Sunday when they square off against Chelsea at the Etihad.

Having won the Premier League in five of the past six seasons, the club has now secured their ninth top-flight title in history. Moreover, this year’s triumph marks their seventh title since the club came under the ownership of City Football Group, based in Abu Dhabi, in 2008.