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Summary

  1. Follow reaction on BBC Radio 5 live
  2. Rodriguez heads in from corner in second half for Baggies
  3. Man City now 16 points clear with five games left
  4. Perez and Ritchie goals seal comeback win for Newcastle after Lacazette opener

Live Reporting

By Caroline Chapman

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    It may not have been 'Aguerooooooooooooooo' like drama, but it was still a pretty eventful day.

    It's time for us to pack up and go, but we'll leave you with some light Sunday evening reading.

  2. 'Let's celebrate'

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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  3. 'It shows how football is lived in Manchester'

    Manchester City win the league

    Manchester City

    Vincent Kompany talking to Sky Sports:

    "I had a feeling when I woke up this morning. I don't like to wait and see a team lose so it was different experience today.

    "West Brom are a good team and don't deserve to be that low in the league."

    On watching the game with his family, including a big United fan:

    "It shows how football is lived in Manchester as we have Reds in the family and Blues but today was a day for the Blues. It is banter. It's been a great day."

    On winning his third Premier League title:

    "You can't take (winning the league) for granted, I've won three now but there's so many we've missed. My team-mates will roll their eyes as I want to see the reaction from us next season as I've never been able to retain a title.

    "My favourite title is the first one. That was special."

    On having Pep as a manager:

    "I have learnt from him. When I was 20 I would have been a perfect player for him. Everyone that plays under him will have had success because of him, because he has the ability to unlock the full potential."

    And with that, he's off to 'meet the lads'

  4. The gifs begin...

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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  5. Post update

    Manchester United 0-1 West Brom

    Let's not forget about West Brom's achievements today.

    It may well be too little too late for the Baggies, but they're not going down without a fight.

    Darren Moore has a win and a draw as caretaker boss, which is more than former manager Alan Pardew managed in 18 games.

  6. Wowing the pundits

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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    Video caption: Manchester City: How Pep Guardiola's team wowed Match of the Day pundits
  7. From the former captain...

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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    Manchester City win the Premier League title

    Manchester City have won the Premier League title with five games remaining - equalling the English top-flight record.

    Manchester United (1907-08 and 2000-01) and Everton (1984-85) all won the top-flight title with five games to spare.

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    A short but gracious message from the red side of Manchester...

    The number of replies saying 'delete' is quite amusing.

  10. 'Manchester City scintillating'

    Manchester United 0-1 West Brom

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    Manchester City have deserved it. Their brand of football this season has been scintillating.

    They've scored more goals and they have a brilliant manager.

    Their football on the eye has been superb and they've been streaks ahead of everyone else.

    Old Trafford was a Theatre of Nightmares this afternoon.

    You'd think they'd back the derby win up with a strong performance.

    But they've handed the title to City on a platter.

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    Mark Davies: As a Swansea fan, is this a good thing for us? #ManCity are already champions, so will the be up for the game. I had fears of our goal difference getting a hammering. Not so much now.

    Chris Lincoln: For all of City's great football this season, what a drab & boring way for the title to be confirmed. All part of Jose's plan.

    Zeb Bowyer: Mourinho is a Genius. Beat City in their backyard to deny them their victory parade in front of their home fans, then lose to WBA to take the gloss of City celebrations ... The Master Tactician

  12. 'It hurts'

    Manchester United 0-1 West Brom

    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata speaking to Sky Sports: "I think there's no excuses. It was a bad day for everyone and a bad result. We're disappointed and we understand the fans' situation. It was a slow game and we didn't play well at all.

    "After last week we wanted to keep going with the same spirit. We didn't' create enough chances. They are fighting for survival but there's no excuses."

    On handing City the title: "It hurts. Basically we didn't do our job today which was winning. Our aim is to keep second position and it's not done yet. Today was a bad day and we need to move on.

    "We had a few days to rest and prepare but football is unpredictable and sometimes things happen. We're sad and disappointed with ourselves."

  13. Carried away

    Manchester United 0-1 West Brom

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jose Mourinho also suggested some of his players got carried away by last week's 3-2 win at Manchester City.

    He said: "Probably because I won eight championships, I was not over the moon with the victory against them (City) because that doesn’t make me feel super happy and in my opinion affected for sure some of the people that was too happy."

  14. 'A coronation in the making'

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

    Quote Message: Manchester City's route to the Premier League title has been untouched by serious opposition - a coronation in the making since they went top of the table in September. from Phil McNulty BBC Sport chief football writer
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    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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    Andy Wood: Harry Kane claims the goal for West Brom that gives City the title!

    Well done, you got in there first, Andy

  17. One word answer on Pogba

    Manchester United 0-1 West Brom

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jose Mourinho was asked whether he took £89m midfielder Paul Pogba off because he had already got a yellow card and was at risk of getting sent off.

    The Manchester United manager limited his response to one word: "Also."

  18. Post update

    Jose Mourinho's interview with the BBC's Juliette Ferrington after the game is pretty feisty.

    Have a listen here.

  19. How is Pep feeling?

    Manchester City win the Premier League title

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    Video caption: So Pep, how are you feeling right now?