The Manchester City players celebrated their championship-clinching victory over Arsenal in the locker room.
On Wednesday night, City destroyed Premier League leaders Arsenal 4-1 at a boisterous Etihad Stadium.
With two games remaining, the outcome puts Pep Guardiola’s team in second place, just two points behind the Gunners.
City now has its sixth league championship in six years in their sights, and if they win all of their remaining league games, they will hoist the trophy. Following the game, the triumphant players beaming with joy posted on their social media profiles to celebrate.
Erling Haaland, a legendary striker, assisted Kevin De Bruyne on two goals before scoring late. Additionally, the Norwegian pulled a weird face when Jack Grealish grinned and took a selfie while they posed topless.
Ruben Dias and Bernardo Silva, both of Portugal, sat together for a shot as well, with defender Dias flashing a thumbs-up and Bernardo unable to contain his smile.
In reference to the City supporters’ hymn “I’ll Follow You Everywhere,” Bernardo poked his tongue out in the photo of Bernardo and Haaland, who was still without a shirt.
The substitute attacker from Argentina, Julian Alvarez, gave his shirt to MK Dons goalie and fellow countryman Franco Ravizzoli.
Nice to meet you, @juliaanalvarez, Ravizzoli wrote in an Instagram picture. Thank you, giant man! a reliable buddy. While Phil Foden, a winger for Manchester City, took a group photo with what appeared to be a number of backroom workers.
City shared a video of its athletes celebrating by raising their fists and chanting as they made their way to the dressing room along the tunnel