Manchester City have been crowned Premier League Champions for 2020/21 season after Manchester United fell 2-1 to Leicester City on Tuesday.
A 66th-minute header from Caglar Soyuncu – his first of the season proved decisive as the Foxes saw off Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men to keep their top four hopes alive.
City’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday prolonged the title race and gave United the opportunity to play their games in hand, the Red Devil’s were unable to secure the point they needed against Leicester.
The title win means City have won the Premier League in three of the last four seasons.
United needed to avoid defeat at home to Leicester to postpone City’s title party for another few days
The Foxes had taken the lead through Luke Thomas in the 10th minute after he volleyed home a cross from Youri Tielemans.
But, United responded five minutes later through Mason Greenwood before Soyuncu sealed United’s faith midway into the second-half.
City would relish an opportunity to have a shot at the treble this season.
With the Premier League and Carabao Cup already in their kitty, the current EPL champions will now shift attention to the Champions League final against Chelsea in the coming weeks.