Haaland, Rodri Leads Man City’s Wild Dressing Room Celebrations After Title Win [Video]

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Erling Haaland and Rodri were at the center of Manchester City’s wild dressing room celebrations after the 2023/24 Premier League triumph, MySportDab reports.

The 2023/24 Premier League title race went down the wires after challengers Arsenal defeated Manchester United in the penultimate fixture before City also edged out Tottenham Hotspur.

Against West Ham United on the final day, City needed nothing less than victory to secure their fourth Premier League title in a row given their inferior goal difference compared to Arsenal.

It was a perfect job done by the title-bidders, Phil Foden scored twice in less than 15 minutes to race the hosts into the lead but the seemingly unassailable two-goal lead was halved by Mohamed Kudus’ stunning bicycle kick.

Rodri re-extended the lead a minute before the half-hour and the goal was enough to secure all three points for the hosts and have them clear their fourth Premier League title and sixth under Pep Guardiola.

It was a celebration galore after the win. From the field to the dressing room, the Premier League giants left no stone unturned, celebrating the triumph.

Crazy scenes unfolded in the dressing room with most players going shirtless as they sang and danced. In footage shared in this post, Erling Haaland could be seen twerking hard as he joined the foray.

Rodri was screaming the ‘Champions’ chorus on the top of his voice, including Bernardo Silva, Jeremy Doku, and other players. The jamboree drones on with champagnes and crazy dance steps.

It was a groundbreaking moment in the club’s history and players’ careers as the Manchester-based side became the first Premier League club to win four Premier League titles in a row.

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