Man City reacts to Chelsea's congratulatory message after being declared 2020/2021 EPL Champions

It is no longer news that Josep Pep Guardiola's Manchester City team have been declared the winner and Champions for this season's English premier league campaign, following the defeat of their local rival Manchester United yesterday by Leicester City at the Old Trafford.

The two goals to one score line in favour of the Brendan Rodgers' side made Manchester City the Champions, having been leading the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side with a total of 10 points with three games left to the end of the season.

The disappointing result for the Red Devils at the Old Trafford means the premier league title has now been decided at the Theatre of Dreams for a record sixth time, three of which have awarded a side other than Manchester United the trophy (Arsenal in 2001/2002 and Manchester City in 2017/2018 and 2020/2021).


This as such means that Pep Guardiola has now won the premier league title in three of his five seasons managing in the top flight.This as such means that Pep Guardiola has now won the premier league title in three of his five seasons managing in the top flight.
After Manchester City have been pronounced the Champions, Chelsea Football Club took to their social media handle as they congratulate their rival, Manchester City as been worthy of 2020/2021 premier league winner with their hard fought victory been replicated with a clap emoji via their verified twitter handle.

Manchester City in respect to this have also reacted in that regard as they responded the Blues by thanking them and showing a hand of friendship, with a reminder to show that they shall see comes 29th of May in the finals of the most anticipated UEFA Champions League to be played between the two premier league giants.


Chelsea before the time will be playing their first finals against Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City this Saturday in the Emirates FA Cup, and after to the big game on the 29th against the Cityzen.
Will Chelsea be able to make positive results in the two finals especially the UCL final against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, having beaten the Cityzen twice in a row and with Pep Guardiola standing on the side of taking revenge with all his focus now on the 'D Day'?


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