Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola dedicates the victory over PSG to the former stars such as David Silva and Vincent Kompany, as the side reach their first ever Champions League final
Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Leicester City on Tuesday night saw Manchester City crowned the Premier League champions for the third time in four seasons.
Pep Guardiola's side battled from an early Marquinhos header with goals by Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez to earn an advantage against Paris Saint-Germain ahead of the second leg.
CHRIS SUTTON: In the first half, City's wingers, Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez, were so wide that they probably walked in with white chalk on their boots, which saw the full-backs sit deeper.
The title, as expected, has gone to the blue side of Manchester
City can be crowned Premier League champions this weekend if they beat Crystal Palace and Manchester United lose against Liverpool on Sunday.
Table-toppers City will be able to wrap up their third top-flight trophy in the last four seasons with a win against Chelsea, their opponents in the Champions League final later this month.
IAN LADYMAN: So Pep Guardiola will not need much of a team talk before the second leg of this tie in Manchester next Tuesday. The detail of what is required was all played out in Paris here.
Guardiola's side have had a memorable season and the City boss said the team did not let the chance to celebrate go to waste when they partied on Tuesday night at the City Football Academy.
The Manchester City manager found the right tactical balance to turn his faltering team into champions once again
The genius behind Manchester City’s success has lifted himself to new heights as his team again showed they are the best English football has to offer, writes Miguel Delaney
After a poor season in the 2019/20 campaign, Zinchenko did come close to a move away from the club but has fought his way back into Guardiola's plans.