Manchester City got their hands on a third consecutive Premier League crown this afternoon, lifting the trophy after their 1-0 victory over Chelsea at the Etihad.
It felt as though the title race was a forgone conclusion for a couple of weeks now, although it was only mathematically guaranteed yesterday on the back of Arsenal's 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
Pep Guardiola's side were given the opportunity to get their hands on the trophy today as it was their last home game of the campaign, although they still have fixtures against Brighton and Brentford to come. Of course, they also have the small matters of the FA Cup and Champions League finals to come in the weeks ahead.
Sky Sports apologise for foul language from Erling Haaland
The vast majority of this Manchester City squad are well accustomed to winning league titles at this stage, although a few members of the squad will be celebrating the achievement for the first time. That includes Erling Haaland, who played a huge role in the campaign with his record-breaking goalscoring run.
The big Norwegian was in a jovial mood during the celebrations, so much so that Sky Sports were forced to apologise for his language.
Haaland would barge in on an interview being conducted by Jack Grealish to share his love for his teammate.
Erling Haaland just saying 'I f****n love ya' to Jack Grealish live on Sky Sports 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/06lg4FTBpO
— Sameer (@Samzii_) May 21, 2023
We're not certain, but it also sounds like he was trying to do an impression of Grealish there as well.
Haaland and the rest of the City squad will be hoping that this will be the first of many trophies that they get their hands on this season. Considering their form in recent weeks, that seems like the most likely outcome as they gear up for finals against Manchester United and Inter.