Premier League: Man City crowned champions after West Brom defeated Manchester United

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"We were a complicated team and let them feel comfortable". He was hoodwinked by last week's game.

Jay Rodriguez struck the games only goal in the second half, and the Baggies held out for their first away victory since August.

Now they have four, and it comes at the expense of United... at Old Trafford. United weren't capitalizing on their chances, and whenever the ball was lost, justice was done by him quite well. De Bruyne's opener and an Aguero penalty put City in command and although Alexandre Lacazette pulled one back for Arsenal, Jesus wrapped up the points from close-range.

After two relatively low-key wins in their first three matches, this stunning demolition of Liverpool served as an early sign that City were a different proposition from the team that struggled to impose themselves the previous season. But his substitution sparked some hope into the game, though it couldn't be translated into anything more.

Defeat for the Red Devils meant Man City were crowned the Premier League champions. It is hard to imagine City's players and Guardiola being too bothered by that, though. Those post-Ferguson results against this very opponent reveal something concerning about the general attitude of most of these players - the players who have been there throughout and the players who have adopted that general attitude that coasting is acceptable.

Ultimately, Rodriguez was the savior for West Brom - and the title-clincher for City. Click any of these buttons below!

United manager Jose Mourinho had long given up hopes of winning the title, instead focusing on finishing second. Kevin De Bruyne discovered the form of his life, David Silva excelled and Sergio Aguero continued to score at a rate no other City striker has ever managed.

"I'm proud for players and staff and way they have acquitted themselves today".

Both are fine players but both want to drift inside, leaving United congested whenever they go forward.

"I saw lots of people on the moon because we won against City". But he still let on too many errors, one, in particular, that could have ended in a goal.

Enjoy the moment, but what was your favourite moment of the season?

However, a very first Premier League title, to proceed along with the 3 La Liga titles he won since the 3 Bundesliga titles he shipped for Bayern Munich and director of Barcelona, will soon be satisfying.

Darren Moore has taken two matches to equal Alan Pardew's total number of Premier League wins (one in 18 games) as West Brom manager.