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By Tom Rostance at Wembley

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  1. City win the treble

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Manchester City

    Treble winners 2018-19

    An unprecedented feat in the men's game in England.

    Raheem Sterling

    Manchester City added the FA Cup to their League Cup and Premier League titles with an emphatic, ruthless 6-0 thrashing of Watford at Wembley.

    Sterling

    Watford didn't come to park the bus and had a great early chance but City were just too good for them in the end.

    Read all about how doubles from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus won the day here.

    Captain Vincent Kompany says City "are the world's best team."

    And read all of the best reaction below.

  2. 'They could win it all for 10 years'

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Chris Waddle

    Ex-England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Man City are just an outstanding side, probably one of the best we’ve ever seen. They will just kick on and kick on. They could win the cups and league for the next five to 10 years.

  3. 'City could do that to most teams in the league'

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Ian Wright

    Former Arsenal striker on BBC One

    When you look at what they have done today to Watford, who are not a bad side, City could do that to most teams in the league.

    They are easily going to be one of the best teams in the Premier League for the next decade, so it is up to the likes of Liverpool to try and compete with them.

  4. 'A dream come true'

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Manchester City

    Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling speaking to BBC on whether he scored the first goal: "I don't have a scooby-doo. The boys did brilliant. My goals added to the win. It was brilliant from everyone.

    "I grew up here and saw this stadium get built. It's a massive dream come true to win trophies here.

    "It shows what the manager is building here. He said we needed to get the mentality right and we did that and did it exceptionally well.

    "It's been a long season with the World Cup as well but everyone has been on their A-game and come through."

  5. Post update

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Ian Wright

    Former Arsenal striker on BBC One

    City are an unbelievable team. I don't begrudge City at all. Those fans know bad times. They have been through the lower divisions. It has come full circle for them - the success and the manager of course. It is brilliant to watch. I feel for Watford because they have come up against the best.

  6. 'We have finished an incredible year'

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola speaking to BBC Sport: "It was an incredible final for us and we have finished an incredible year. To all the people at the club a big congratulations, especially the players because they are the reason why we have won these titles."

    On Ederson's early save from Roberto Pereyra: "In the final these kind of things make the difference. Ederson saved us at a key point at the beginning of the game, because 1-0 would have been really difficult for us."

    Can City get even better?: "We have to, always you can improve. There is no sense to stay still."

    Pep Guardiola
  7. 'Next season we will try and win it all again'

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Manchester City

    Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva speaking to BBC Sport: "It is an incredible feeling, to win all the domestic competitions for the first time is amazing. What a team this is, the fans were amazing, they pushed us all season. Now it is time to rest, to celebrate and next season we will try and win it all again.

    "It doesn’t matter if we win 1-0 or 5-0 there is always space for improvement. Next season we will try to be even better and try to win even more titles."

    Bernardo Silva
  8. 'Sometimes you have to lose to win in the future'

    Man City 6-0 Watford

    Watford

    Watford boss Javi Gracia on BBC: "In this moment everyone is really sad but we knew before the game we had to play the perfect game. We started well and we created the best chance after 10 minutes with Roberto Pereyra but after that they dominated.

    "It was very difficult for us to press which is what we were trying to do. They were better, congratulations to them and we will try again next time.

    "Maybe scoring that early chance - you need to take any opportunity - but after that, they are really good, they found the spaces.

    "Today and for all the season, we have to thank our fans, they are amazing. Sometimes you have to lose to win in the future and we will try to do it next time."

  9. Post update

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Wembley is largely silent now, just the clattering of seats as stewards make their way through the 90k of them.

    If anyone wants a yellow flag there's about 35,000 or so still in the stands...

  10. Speaking of hat-tricks...

    Lyon continued their remarkable European dominance as Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg's first-half hat-trick against Barcelona helped the French giants secure a fourth consecutive Women's Champions League title.

    Victory saw England's Lucy Bronze and Wales' most-capped player Jess Fishlock get their hands on club women's football's biggest continental prize.

    Read all about it here.

  11. Saved you a trip

    Manchester United

    Manchester United, who finished sixth in the Premier League, will now go straight into the Europa League group stages.

    They avoid having to go through the qualifying rounds in July and August, which would have happened had Watford won.

  12. How impressive?

    Manchester City

    Premier League champions, Carabao Cup holders and, after beating Watford at Wembley, FA Cup winners.

    Manchester City's latest triumph means they have become the first team to complete a treble consisting of those three trophies, taking yet another place in the history books.

    It means that - after also winning the league and Carabao Cup last season - they have now lifted five of the past major six domestic trophies available.

    And if you count the Community Shield, as Pep Guardiola seems to, you can make that six out of seven.

    But how good is it?

  13. Post update

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    BBC One

    Fancy watching that all over again? Then make sure you tune in to BBC One at midnight where Jason Mohammad will present highlights of the day’s action with analysis from Alex Scott and Dion Dublin. If you want to get an early night, then it will be repeated at 09:25 on Sunday.

  14. Post update

    The FA are saying that Raheem Sterling hasn't got a hat-trick as his opener is Gabriel Jesus', but the official match stats still say Sterling has got it.

    Pick the bones out of that one...

    Raheem Sterling
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    Rhys Barker: I'm loving the comments from United fans banging on about 20 years ago after spending years mocking Liverpool for talking about the past. Luckily United's time is over and wont be returning so that white noise will fade away just like the club is.

  16. Post update

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    Manchester City have set another new record - they've scored 169 goals in 61 games this season, beating their own previous best of 156.

    Manchester City
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    Seth: While we applaud City for this feat, let's not forget that during the era of Fergie and Wenger, the League Cup was seen as an opportunity to give chance to youth - winning it was not made a priority. Pep has always played his big guns in the League Cup.

  18. Post update

    Manchester City 6-0 Watford

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Want to get something off your chest? Robbie Savage is gearing up to present 606 on BBC Radio 5 Live. Garry Richardson will also be reflecting on the final during Sportsweek from 09:00 on Sunday.