Manchester City lifts Premier League trophy as celebrations kick off

David Moyes

GettyDavid Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson while Pep Guardiola joined Bayern Munich

Manchester City are on the hunt for more Premier League records when they welcome Huddersfield Town to the Etihad on Sunday afternoon, a game you can hear live on talkSPORT.

Lossl nearly dropped the ball on the goal line as City stepped up their attacks after the restart, but David Wagner's well-drilled defence largely restricted the home side to hopeful crosses into the box. City's David Silva, Raheem Sterling and Kevin de Bruyne all came close to scoring but didn't succeed.

But first we had a tough test ahead of us against a Huddersfield side determined to stay up.

City had already been confirmed as the division's winners last month and yesterday was supposed to be the day they added exclamation marks, with three Premier League records in their sights.

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After a few minutes delay while unwelcome supporters were cleared from the Etihad field, Shauna Miller, a 20-year-old member of City's football in the community scheme, had the honour of presenting Vincent Kompany with the Premier League trophy.

"I read an interview with one of my team-mates recently and he said he admired that 24 hours after any injury, I'm always so positive again and that meant so much".

"You never know you're going to win, nobody knows".

We are predicting a 3-0 win for the hosts, and our pick is available at the best odds of 11/2 at Bet365.

They started the second half on the front foot too, and with the unlikeliest of points gained, this is a performance from which they will take confidence heading into their final two fixtures.

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Manchester City recently announced that Yaya Touré will be leaving the club at the end of this season.

"We've had many players who have been on and off, and that has had no impact on the season whatsoever".

Huddersfield's players did likewise when the two teams emerged at the start, but a team still in grave danger of relegation were not about to stand on ceremony more than that.

The former Arsenal man described the Ivorian as "an average player" that didn't have goalscoring or goal-creating abilities in his locker.

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