Inside Manchester City’s Wild Dressing Room Celebrations After EPL Title Win [VIDEO]


Away from the pitch at Etihad, it was a charged atmosphere in Manchester City’s dressing room after their Premier League title triumph.

The high-octane atmosphere saw the players sing and dance chorusing, ‘champions!!’ as they jubilated and celebrated a historic milestone in the club’s history.

Footage shared on the club’s social media left out the title-winning manager Pep Guardiola from the scene with the likes of Julian Alvarez and Kyle Walker leading the romp.

Erling Haaland was also at the center of the celebrations. The Norwegian sensation, who scored a league-leading 27 goals in 30 appearances, went shirtless like some of his teammates and could be seen twerking hard as he emptied the pent-up emotions.

It was the second time Erling Haaland has won the Premier League in his first two seasons with the club. The title-winning charge with the Cityzens has seen the former Borussia Dortmund forward cap what has been an incredible career milestone.

He has bagged the Golden Boot Award on two occasions, tallying 65 league goals in the two seasons.

Other major characters in the Cityzen’s dressing room celebrations were former Rennes winger Jeremy Doku, who has now won the English top-flight on his debut campaign, and Rodri, who bagged double honors on the day.

Rodri broke the longest unbeaten record ever by a Premier League player after City’s title-winning victory over West Ham United.

He became the player with the longest unbeaten run in club football history, as per ESPN.

Jack Grealish, who was out of Pep Guardiola’s lineup for the match, was also spotted having a nice time with his teammates.

It was indeed a big moment for the players as they left no stone unturned in celebrating the epic milestone.

Manchester City have now become the first Premier League club to win the title four times in a row breaking the record set by Manchester United, who first won the league three times in a row.

Pep Guardiola also added another honor to his record books, becoming the first manager to win the English top-flight four times in a row.

The Spaniard’s dominance of the English elite division is unrivaled, having won the league six times in the past seven seasons.


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