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Man City clinch their fourth consecutive title as the Gunners fall short in the title challenge

Pep Guardiola has broken Sir Alex Fergusen’s record of three consecutive Premier League titles with his Man City besting Arsenal for a second time in a row.

Although there were twists and turns in the Matchweek 38 of the Premier League, the end result was as expected, with Arsenal and Man City winning their games, leading to Manchester City’s record-breaking fourth EPL title on the bounce.

The Cityzens had to wait barely two minutes before EPL Player of the Season Phil Foden put them ahead with a brilliant strike. While Arsenal were waiting for their first goal, Foden secured his brace, all but securing the title for Man City for the eighth time.

Man City vs Arsenal: Gunners trophyless for a second consecutive season

But Arsenal had a tougher time as Gana Gueye’s free-kick was deflected by Declan Rice and into the Arsenal net, leaving the Gunners with a hill to climb. However, they didn’t wait for long as Takehiro Tomyiasu brilliantly equalized for the Gunners. West Ham added the next twist as Kudus’ brillian bicycle kick reduced the defecit to one for West Ham.

The second half went as expeced, with Arsenal’s barrage of attacks on Everton’s goal as they hit the net a couple of times. They finally found the way as Havertz scored on Odegaard’s clever assist but by then it was too late since Man City had scored the third with Rodri. The Cityzens went on to claim their eighth Premier League title, stopping Arteta’s brilliant Arsenal side from wnning the Leaue for a second time in two years.

Even Arsenal’s record-breaking 28-win campaign wasn’t enough to stop Man City’s reign under Guardiola, even though much of that reign is now shadowed by the 115 FFP allegations lodged against them.

Nevertheless, one of the most interesting Premier League seasons of recent memory has come to an end, with Arsenal and Man City’s battle going down in the history books

Ethan Dempsey
Ethan Dempsey
Ethan is a lifelong football fan. When he is not obsessing over the Premier League games, Ethan likes to read fantasy tomes, watch football documentaries and waste hours upon hours on video games.
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