City fans celebrate title, Wenger's farewell starts with win

Manchester City laid on a Premier League title party for their fans at the Etihad Stadium, with David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus all taking advantage of Swansea's flimsy resistance.

Swansea were two down with 16 minutes played and shipped a further three in the second half as the Citizens celebrated their Premier League title success in style.

"The performance was the important thing but if the numbers of points, wins and goals help to keep the players focused then that is good", he said.

"You have to keep improving, if you think "okay, we are already champions", we are done, you can not play like the way we played today". A dogged and dependable defensive midfielder, Fernando was a good player for Manchester City, he just wasn't as good as team mate and compatriot Fernandinho.

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"That is the reason why when one team just depends on one or two players to score goals you can not achieve what we achieve", added Guardiola.

Manchester City Playing XI: Ederson; Danilo, Kompany, Laporte, Delph; Gundogan; B Silva, De Bruyne, D Silva, Sterling; Jesus.

Veteran Yaya Toure and teenager Phil Foden came on as substitutes, as did Benjamin Mendy for the France left back's first appearance in almost seven months after recovering from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament injury in his right knee.

City have 87 points, from 33 matches and will reach 102 points provided they win their remaining five games.

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The second semi-final comes up on Sunday and sees Chelsea clash with relegation-threatened Southampton. There was no acknowledgment of the 68-year-old Frenchman from the stadium announcer and fans only chanted about him in response to taunts from West Ham supporters.

It was decorated by a 20-yard peach from Kevin De Bruyne that rocketed past Lukasz Fabianski after 54 minutes on a right-left diagonal that was as pure a connection as possible.

The Portuguese has lost just three times since he took over as boss and has taken the club from the bottom of the table to three points clear of the drop zone.

But there was still no denying the triumphant air around the Etihad as a huge banner proclaiming "Welcome to the home of the Premier League champions" was unfurled across the East Stand.

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Guardiola insists they're not favourites for next season's title. And even though the challenges are propping up domestically - mostly at the hands of Liverpool, and even United potentially - Guardiola's side would be the team to beat domestically next season as well.

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