Man City claimed the Premier League title after coming 2 goals down to beat Watford 3-2, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half wasn’t pleasant for Manchester City who was made to pay for their miss opportunities.
Aston Villa had a good share of dominance in the match as it carried on forward with them looking to make sure something good happen.
Man City was solid on their part as they defend well and also make sure they created chances of their own but couldn’t make it count.
Villa took the lead in the 37th minute which saw Matty Cash finishing off with an amazing strike which made the scoreline 0-1 for the away side.
That was how the first half ended with Man City 0-1 Aston Villa after 45 minutes of football between them which wasn’t nice for the home team.
Second Half Report
The second half was exceptional coming from Manchester City who made sure the job was done as they enjoyed themselves.
Man City was seen being pressured by Aston Villa who made the scoreline 0-2 with a wonderful finish from Coutinho in the 69th minute.
More opportunities were seen as Manchester City started the comeback with Ilkay Gundogan’s 76th which was assisted by Raheem Sterling to make it 1-2.
Another one was scored in the 78th minute from Rodri which gave the home side the much-needed goal which saw them coming back into the game 2-2.
The match continued with so many more coming until Ilkay Gundogan gave his side a goal in the 81st minute making it his brace and the lead 3-2.
It was looking good for the side who wanted to make sure they scored the lead which meant they were immediately candidates to win the Premier League title.
The match finally came to an end with Man City winning the Premier League title after defeating Aston Villa 3-2 after 90 minutes played.
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