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.
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
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.
‘This was the hardest one. We will always remember this season for the way that we won’
The City boss says his striker took “responsibility” despite the outcome of his attempted Panenka
Clubs were told to prepare for up to 500 away fans at the last two games. But some said they would not be able to accommodate visiting supporters.
Sergio Aguero's opener at Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon put Manchester City within touching distance of a third league crown in four years.
The club's all-time leading scorer will leave at the end of the season after 10 successful years at the Etihad, and fans felt helping them win the trophy would have been a fitting send off.
Guardiola resisted the temptation to offer a day off, instead sticking to his week's schedule ahead of a potentially history-making few weeks for the club after clinching the domestic title.
Ferdinand and Savage were on duty as BT Sport pundits and were commenting after Manchester City were crowned champions of England for the third time in four seasons.
City were dominating the first half and had the lead through a Raheem Sterling goal when Aguero inexplicably tried a Panenka when taking a penalty just before half-time that may well have put the tie beyond Thomas Tuchel's men.
The Argentinian striker is soon to depart the Etihad Stadium but his manager has nothing but praise for his conduct