City celebrate Premier League title with 1-0 victory over Chelsea

In the team's home finale at a sun-drenched Etihad Stadium, Manchester City defeated Chelsea 1-0 to win the Premier League title on Sunday. Julian Alvarez scored the game's first goal.

City, who is vying for the triple, won their 12th straight Premier League match when second-place Arsenal was defeated at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

Jack Grealish, a forward, was asked if City, who trailed Arsenal by eight points in late March, had experienced any sense of invincibility recently.

We have, yes. The celebrations were still going strong on the field behind Grealish as he talked to Sky Sports. 

It was going to be challenging, but we have so much skill on this team that right now we simply feel unstoppable. I'm not saying I didn't think we could do it.

They have 88 points after 36 games, which is seven more than Arsenal, who have one game left. With 43 points, Frank Lampard's faltering Chelsea team is mired in 12th place.

Erling Haaland, City's go-to scorer, remarked, "It feels unreal right now, I'm so happy," pausing briefly to dance in front of the journalist.

Read more stories