Chelsea edge Manchester City in a tight affair

Liverpool were crowned champions of England for the first time in 30 years after Manchester City lost to Chelsea.

Only a win for City at Stamford Bridge would have allowed them to hold on to the Premier League trophy for a little longer and their two-year reign is now officially over.

Pep Guardiola’s side lost a total of six league games in those two seasons combined, but their eighth defeat of this campaign leaves them 23 points behind the leaders, with seven games left.

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Pulisic has scored in both of Chelsea’s games since the Premier League restarted and now has eight goals in all competitions this season.

While City are still in the Champions League and continue their defence of the FA Cup at Newcastle on Sunday.

Their next act in the league will be as part of Liverpool’s coronation when they welcome the Reds to Etihad Stadium next Thursday.

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Guardiola offered ‘big congratulations’ to champions Liverpool.

City’s hopes of delaying them further ended in all-too familiar fashion, with crisp passing and forward moves undermined by fragile defending and lapses in focus.

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