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Pep Guardiola's side have had to wait to rubberstamp their latest triumph, following changes to the fixture schedule and their own slip-up.

Man City crowned 2020-21 Premier League champions. Image credit - skysports

Manchester City have won a third Premier League title in four years after closest challengers Manchester United were beaten by Leicester City.

On Sunday, Brighton’s quest for outright safety was denied after Wolves rallied from a goal down for a 2-1 victory that left them 10 points off the first relegation spot held by Fulham. Manchester United secured a Premier League top-four finish and ensured rivals ...

Sergio Aguero missed a shocking Panenka penalty as Manchester City missed the chance to win the title by losing to Chelsea.

Champions in waiting - Manchester City – missed out on the chance to seal their third Premier League title in four years at the Etihad yesterday as Chelsea completed a come-from-behind rally with an injury time winner from Marcus Alonzo to boost their chances for a Champions League spot next season.

On Sunday, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored on his first start since recovering from malaria as Arsenal grabbed a confidence-boosting win at Newcastle and Gareth Bale hit a hat-trick in Tottenham’s 4-0 rout of relegated Sheffield United.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang doubled Arsenal's lead in the second-half getting on the end of a Gabriel Martinelli cross

Manchester City’s hopes of capturing their third title in four seasons this weekend after two brilliant goals within the space of 83 seconds saw off a stubborn Crystal Palace were stayed on Sunday after about 200 fans broke into Old Trafford to protest against the Glazer family's ownership of the club - Manchester United - ahead of United’s match against Liverpool. A loss to Liverpool would have handed the Cup to City who hold a 13 point advantage over their rivals.

Earlier on Friday, a howler from Arsenal's Bernd Leno gifted Everton the maximum points to boost thier hopes of a fast fading top four finish.

Joe Willock scored a dramatic 95th-minute equaliser for Newcastle to put a serious dent in Liverpool's top four hopes.

Liverpool’s quest for top-four finish were pegged back once again on the heels of a second straight tie in as many outings, this time at home, as substitute Joe Willock scored a dramatic but deserved 95th-minute equalizer on Saturday to deny the Reds a much-needed win and boost Newcastle’s survival hopes.

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