Manchester City won their second English Premier League title after spanking West Ham United 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
Goals from Samir Nasir and Vincent Kompany were all the Citizen needed to beat Liverpool to the title.
— Goal Nigeria (@GoalcomNigeria) December 20, 2018
Going into the game, Manuel Pellegrini’s men needed a point to seal victory ahead of second-place Liverpool who defeated Newcastle United 2-1.
The result meant that City emerged as champions with 86 points – two points ahead of the Reds.
For cross-city rivals Manchester United, they endured a torrid season to place seventh, and in the process missed out of a place in the Champions League and Europa League.
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Manchester City scored 102 goals for and conceded 37 times with a goal difference of +65, while the Red Devils hit target 64 times, were punished 43 times and the goal difference was +21.
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