Masterclass Guardiola wins fourth premier league title.
Manchester city showed a masterclass performance against stubborn Aston villa by coming from two goals down to win the game. Guardiola's men required a win to be crowned premier league champions for an eight time.
City struggled to get behind the net after falling behind former Liverpool player Stephen Gerrard men Aston villa in the 1st half. They went two goals down on the 68th minute. The goal was scored by former Liverpool player Phillipe Coutinho making it hard for the citizens.
Guardiola made a tactical change and brought in Ilkay Gundogan who seemed to be a supersub as he scored a brace which helped for city's comeback. It only took him less than 10 mins before he got the back of the net.
Two minutes later, city levelised the scores through left back Rodri and the citizens took control of the game. It did not take longer before Ilkay Gundogan got his brace on the 83rd minute completing their 3-2 comeback.
The citizens were crowned premier league champions by attaining a total of 93 points with only a point above rivals liverpool. Pep Guardiola has now led Manchester city to the title in four of his six seasons in charge at the Etihad stadium.
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