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Man City Win Unprecedented Four Straight Premier League Titles

Man City celebrating history as the only team to win four consecutive Premier League titles

It came in seemingly effortless fashion as Man City again reigned supreme over the Premier League to win their fourth consecutive EPL (English Premier League) title in a dominating 3-1 performance over West Ham on Sunday.

City entered the match knowing they were two points ahead of Arsenal and were aware that securing a victory would capture another title. Man City wasted no time to start the game to show they came ready to play led by midfielder Phil Foden who opened the game right out of the gate blasting Man City to a 1-0 lead within 78 seconds post kickoff.

Foden continued his brilliance with another striking hit 16 minutes later to double up on the Hammers without seemingly breaking a sweat.

West Ham would show fightback with a bicycle kick by midfielder Mohammed Kudus to make it 2-1 just before halftime to give Arsenal some sense of life.

However, Man City quickly took the lifeline away once again with the 2023 UEFA Nations League tournament's best player, Spanish midfielder Rodri, displayed once again why he’s such a clutch player in big moments scoring the final bone-crusher to all but seal the 3-1 victory.

Despite the victory, it does not come without controversy as the club allegedly cheated the Premier League charging City with 115 breaches of rules from excessive spending and false accounting.

According to leaked documents published by German outlet Der Spiegel, he conveyed that they inflated sponsorships so the club could have a surplus of money to spend on high-quality players.

Such as Foden,23, for example, who’s on the roster with no money against the team salary, established himself as a superstar this season by being voted the Premier League’s Player of the Season.

Man City now becomes the first team in the 124-year history of the top English football league in the world to four-peat.

No club had ever won six in seven seasons or back-to-back domestic doubles, which they can achieve if they beat Manchester United in Saturday’s FA Cup final.

When you think of dynasties in sports, this Man City team should be up there with the likes of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls of the ‘90s, the three-peat Los Angeles Lakers with Shaq and Kobe, and Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs' three Super Bowls in five seasons to name a few.

This is now the club’s 10th overall first-division title in club history.


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