Published: Mon, May 07, 2018
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Manchester City held to goalless draw at home by Huddersfield

Manchester City held to goalless draw at home by Huddersfield

Manchester City were officially crowned the Premier League champions after its players lifted the competition's famous trophy following a 0-0 draw with relegation-threatened Huddersfield on Sunday.

City's players mingled with staff during the party, staying long into the night while posing for pictures and taking part in games.

But City could not produce the style of football fans have become so accustomed to this season, with Kevin de Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus going closest in a game of few clear-cut chances.

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"It makes this even bigger that a club of our size and circumstances, who are with no disrespect more like a League One club more than a Premier League club, can stick together and believe".

While the remainder of City's season is merely about adding gloss to an already outstanding campaign - and victories in their final two games would take them to 100 points - for Huddersfield the result was of potentially huge significance.

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For Man City, it's the first time they've been shutout at home this Premier League season and the second time in all competitions (Wolves in the League Cup).

The City boss said: "The game showed me how hard everything is".

"I know my players better than you, and probably you don't know them so well to be always with these questions". "With what happened to my son [born prematurely in the spring], I am very happy, he is getting better, we have won title", Silva said. "I think that's why we've gelled so well together".

Inevitably, there were chances from City who went into the game having been held scoreless just once in the league this season, in a draw at Crystal Palace on New Year's Eve.

Pep Guardiola's side come into this match as heavy favourites and not just because they're holding home advantage. The team who won the next season didn't qualfiy for the Champions League. Follow this team and support them because they deserve it.

"Of course what satisfies the most is the way we did it". Southampton, meanwhile, host City on the final day when the Terriers tackle Arsenal at the John Smith's Stadium. Only two sides have ever failed to score in more - Derby County (22 in 2007-08) and Leeds United (21 in 1996-97).

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