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After a dramatic fightback against Villa, Manchester City is crowned Premier League champions

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Manchester City has been named 2021/22 Premier League champions, their fourth title success in the past five seasons.
City’s dramatic win over Aston Villa of 3-2 in the final game of season sealed the title. It was one point ahead Liverpool at the conclusion of a long battle for supremacy.
This is Pep Guardiola’s 11th major honor since he was appointed City manager in 2016. It comes after a period that has seen City’s style and play transformed by the Catalans and his backroom team.
Man City turned a 2-0 deficit to Aston Villa’s 3-2 advantage in the second period. It took Man City five minutes, 36 seconds. Ilkay Gundogan, who was substituted just eight minutes prior to the first of his two goals, proved to be the match-winner. Rodri was Rodri’s other goal scorer.
Villa took the lead after just 37 minutes. Their first shot of the match was taken by Matty Cash, who steered Lucas Digne’s cross through Ederson.
Ollie Watkins missed an excellent chance to make it two, slapping a shot wide. Philippe Coutinho then doubled Villa’s lead on 69 minutes. With 14 minutes left, Gundogan scored a goal by heading in at the far end from Raheem’s cross.
It was 2-2 at 78 minutes. Rodri scored low in the corner. Gundogan was able to score when Kevin De Bruyne drove in the box and crossed.
They have won 29 of the 38 league matches in City this season and drawn six, losing three and scoring 99 goals.

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