Manchester City won the English Premier League title for the sixth time in its modern version (Premier League), and the eighth in the club’s history as a whole, after its exciting victory over its guest Aston Villa 3-2, on Sunday evening at the Etihad Stadium, at the conclusion of the Premier League matches.
Despite Man City’s two-fold delay through Matti Cash (37) and Philippe Coutinho (69), he returned in 5 crazy minutes and scored a hat-trick through Ilkay Gundogan (76), (81) and Rodrygo (78).
And Man City raised its score to 93 points at the top of the standings, one point behind Liverpool, who defeated Wolverhampton (3-1).
The first attempt in the match in favor of City came in the third minute, when Fernandinho rose to a cross from a violation by De Bruyne, with a header that went wide of the goal.
Manchester City controlled the ball almost completely in the following minutes, and almost opened the scoring in the 24th minute, with a powerful ground kick from Foden from inside the area, which collided with the Aston Villa defense and just passed next to the post.
Jesus tried to surprise Olsen with a powerful shot from the right side of the penalty area in the 28th minute, but the Aston Villa goalkeeper managed to stop it.
The Brazilian reappeared in the 31st minute, with another shot from inside the area, but this time it went away from the goal.
Aston Villa took the lead in the 37th minute, after Dean sent a cross from the left side, followed by Cash with a powerful header that hit the net.
Coutinho penetrated deep in the 42nd minute, shooting a ball from outside the penalty area, which passed next to the post.
In the third minute of stoppage time, Laporte rose to a cross from a corner kick, shooting a header that Olsen grabbed, and the first half ended with Aston Villa advancing (1-0).
With the beginning of the second half, De Bruyne followed a ball away from the Aston Villa defense inside the area, hitting a ball that went over the crossbar in the 48th minute.
City continued its offensive crawl, after Cancelo sent a cross-ground cross in the 50th minute, towards the uncensored Jesus inside the 6 yards area, To hit strangely over the crossbar.
Rodrygo followed him with a missile shot from outside the penalty area, which passed next to the post.
Aston Villa missed a real chance to score the second goal in the 55th minute, completely alone from Watkins with Ederson, shooting next to the post.
And City got a violation on the edge of the penalty area in the 68th minute, which was executed by De Bruyne, hitting the ball directly next to the post.
Watkins headed a pass for Coutinho, to evade Laporte and hit a ground ball that went past Ederson.
Foden tried to reduce the difference quickly with a shot from the edge of the area in the 71st minute, which went wide of the goal.
Sterling paved a magic ball for De Bruyne on the edge of the area in the 73rd minute, and the Belgian hit a direct ball that went over the crossbar.
City reduced the difference in the 76th minute, after Sterling sent a cross from the right side, followed by Gundogan header into the net.
City adjusted the result in the 78th minute, after Zinchenko paved the ball for Rodrygo on the edge of the area, and the Spaniard hit a ground ball that went into the net.
City completed the remontada in the 81st minute, with City scoring the third goal, after De Bruyne sent a cross to Gundogan inside the 6-yard area, which the German easily scored in the net.
The remaining minutes passed without anything new, and the meeting ended with Manchester City winning (3-2) and declaring it the Premier League champion.