On Sunday, Manchester City won their sixth Premier League title in 11 seasons, scoring three times in five minutes to beat Aston Villa 3-2 in the final to avoid disrupting rivals Liverpool.
City trailed Villa 2-0 until Ilkay Gundogan started the comeback in the 76th minute. Two minutes later, Rodri equalized, and Gundogan put City ahead in the 81st.
At one point, even if City lost, he still had to defend the title, as Liverpool drew with Wolverhampton Wanderers only 1-1. But then Mohamed Salah led the team to second place in the 84th minute, which would have put Liverpool in first place if City had not fought at Etihad Stadium. Andy Robertson then ended Liverpool’s 3-1 victory.
If City had equalized, Liverpool would have taken the trophy, but Pep Guardiola’s team withstood the victory in an exciting climax.