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Pep Guardiola's Manchester City recorded a comfortable 4-1 win at West Ham on Sunday to record a joint-record 30 Premier League win of the season.

The Manchester City Premier League title party steamed into the London Stadium to reel off a celebratory 4-1 win against an over-matched West Ham. Two more goals will set a new Premier League record while another win would see them break the 95-point record set by Chelsea in 2004-05.

Guardiola says there will be investment again this summer, but only a "touch" here and there. We tried our best but it was not good enough. Maybe one. Maybe two.

Just how will Guardiola improve his side?

"To just be happy when you lift the title makes no sense". It was Sane who landed the first blow in the 13th minute, although the German winger's 14th goal of the season owed more to good fortune than great inspiration.

"I will work hard to give the manager a decision for the next one and I hope I can play until the end of the season". I would be done.

Not only do they have the highest squad values in the league, they have also consistently proven to be able to maintain at the top of England's highest tier for the best part of a decade. Our strikers have an average age of 22.

The champions will be presented with the Premier League trophy after their next home match against Huddersfield Town on May 6.

"They were excellent and we didn't defend as well as we have against other big teams". That's why it's good. "That is the challenge".

Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho were among the goals for the Blues while former City player, Pablo Zabaleta put one into his own net.

"We don't want to be involved in any final-day drama and, in all honesty, I don't think we will, but we have to get the points on the board".

"He was an incredible professional when we were together, and no doubts about his quality".

"We found a way back at half-time, but we can't have any complaints".

"He's our player and, if he does not continue here next season, we will talk".


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