Manchester City bullet point their record breaking season with a bus parade through Manchester
- Pep Guardiola's side reached a record 100 Premier League points.
- Thousand of 'Cityzens' lined the streets to appluad their heroes.
Manchester City took part in an open top bus ride through the city following Gabriel Jesus’s incredibly late winner against Southampton on Sunday.
The pushed Manchester City to a record tally of 100 points in the Premier League. The feat has never been achieved before in the Premier League and comparisons to Arsenal’s invincible season are being levied by both set of fans.
City also broke the record for the most goals (106), the highest goal difference (+79) and the most victories in a single season (32). Central midfielder Phil Foden broke a record too, as he became the youngest player ever to get their hands on a Premier League winners medal.
The bus parade took place on Monday evening and saw the players travel from beside the Football Museum, to a raised stage on Deansgate, allowing thousands of fans to applaud their heroes along the way.
Fans were delighted to see the players show off the Premier League trophy, which was finally sealed with West Brom’s 1-0 victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford on April 15th.
It was an unconventional way of securing the trophy but fans relished in the triumph nonetheless, with the celebratory bus parade being the pinnacle of such.
Now fans look forward to next season and are hoping that City make yet more expensive improvements to their squad, in order to mount a greater challenge towards the Champions League trophy.