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16 April 2018, 01:33 | Henrietta Morgan
Guardiola was sent to the stands for arguing with the referee as the half-time whistle blew
After the drama of the derby last week, Manchester United completely folded in half against bottom of the league West Brom on Sunday afternoon, leaving Manchester City the most unexpectedly expected Premier League champions since football began in 1992.
West Brom's official Twitter account tweeted "you're welcome" to Manchester City, while its fans at Old Trafford sang: "We've won you the league, Manchester City, we've won you the league".
He was particularly wasteful against United last weekend when missing two one-on-ones, which proved costly as City squandered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2.
City are 16 points clear of second placed United, who can only take a maximum of 15 points from their remaining matches.
Although the West Brom board are believed to want somebody with more experience, Moore certainly did his chances of becoming the next full-time boss no harm, even if avoiding relegation looks a lost cause. But a frantic pre-season transfer window turbo-charged the team and City out-passed and out-scored everyone else. Some pundits are already ranking City - who at one stage this season won a record 18 successive league games - alongside Manchester United's 1999 treble winners and the 2003-04 Arsenal "Invincibles". "But do not tell City they won title because United did not win, it is not fair on them". And going by the plethora by records they can break going forward, with five games still left, it seems their deolition job is not yet over.
"The amount of goals, chances and points, to do that in the Premier League, with the contenders we have, is because the players are so good".
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"Everything was complicated, they couldn't play simple, everything was one more touch, one more flick, one more turn, the ball lost".
I want to see how we react now next season. "I think winning in Stamford Bridge gave us the confidence that we can do that".
Guardiola said in March that Mateo was "doing well" and, following confirmation of City's title triumph, Silva thanked fans on social media for their support during a "tough year", attaching a photo of himself holding his son. There have been a lot more good days for the Red side but today it is for the Blue. There's still work to be done before we see the best from the team. "The Premier League is the constant - every day, every day, every day - and we were there every day".
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