Manchester City toast Premier League title victory with champions parade through the city as thousands of fans fill the city centre to salute Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering centurions
Daniel Matthews For Mailonline
Manchester City supporters came out in droves on Monday to salute Pep Guardiola’s Premier League champions as they enjoyed a well-earned victory parade through the city.
Fans filled bars and squares, waving inflatables and flags and blowing horns, as they celebrated City’s incredible domestic season.
Guardiola’s side became the first Premier League side of all time to record 100 points thanks to Gabriel Jesus’ stunning last-minute winner at Southampton on the final day.
A young Manchester City fan wearing a ‘Champions 18’ shirt salutes his fellow supporters around city-centre bars
Pep Guardiola’s Premier League winners enjoyed a Champions Parade through the streets of Manchester on Monday
Supporters waved flags and inflatables as they came out to salute their victorious heroes following their win at Southampton
The win capped a phenomenal second season for the club under Guardiola’s watch. Depsite disappointment in the FA Cup and Champions League, City won the EFL Cup and have been unrivalled in the league.
They finished 19 points clear of bitter rivals Manchester United, their nearest challengers, and also scored more goals than any other team in Premier League history.
In total they broke seven records having also picked up the most wins, most goals and most away wins of anyone since the league’s inception in 1992-93.
A city-centre square is a sea of sky blue as supporters wave ‘Premier League Champions’ flags before the team arrive
A young City supporter, wearing the club’s colours, is lofted on to someone’s shoulders during the victory parade on Monday