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Live Reporting

Phil Dawkes, Emlyn Begley, Emma Sanders, Shamoon Hafez and Matthew Howarth

All times stated are UK

  1. What it means to be back in the Champions League

    FT: Norwich 0-5 Tottenham

    Tottenham players celebrate
    Tottenham fans celebrate at Norwich
    Tottenham fan with Conte sign
    Antonio Conte celebrates
  2. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    The players are kicking match gear into the stands for fans to take home with them.

    John Stones has hogged the trophy for a while but he's just handed it over to Kevin de Bruyne.

    Pep Guardiola is still celebrating on the pitch so it could be a while until we hear from him!

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  3. 'We still had to believe'

    Manchester City are champions

    Manchester City

    Manchester City's Bernardo Silva speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "It's not easy, there was a bit of disbelief and we still had to believe in the turnaround.

    "I'm so happy, and the way it was makes it a little bit better but let's not try to repeat that.

    "When you beat a team as good as Liverpool, it feels better. We have won it the last few years against top, top teams.

    "But once again we are the best team in England and next year we will try to come back and give a bit more to the fans."

  4. 'We can't use any excuses'

    FT: Burnley 1-2 Newcastle:

    Burnley

    Ashley Barnes speaking to Sky Sports: Obviously it's a tough one to take. We had it in our hands and we obviously gave it away. "It's a sad, sad day for everyone involved in the club but hopefully next year we can bounce back.

    "We can't use any excuses - it's down to ourselves. Three wins in the first 20 games or something is relegation form. We gave ourselves some hope in these last few games but wasn't to be.

    "We're all to blame for the job we've not done. It lies on our shoulders especially us older ones."

    Is it the lowest point of his career? "Definitely. It's a sad day for me."

  5. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    Oleksandr Zinchenko has got a Ukrainian flag draped around his shoulders.

    He's very emotional.

  6. Post update

    Champions of England again.

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  7. Howe has 'massive sympathy' for Burnley

    FT: Burnley 1-2 Newcastle

    Burnley

    More from former Burnley player and manager Eddie Howe, speaking to Sky Sports: "I have massive sympathy for them. It's a crushing feeling.,

    "My thoughts are with everyone connected at Burnley. I loved my time here and have a lot of affection for this club.

    "We had a job to do and I am very proud of my team."

  8. 'The hardest working teams'

    Manchester City are champions

    Manchester City

    Former Man Utd midfielder Roy Keane on Sky Sports: “The bottom line is, the challenge City faced today was in front of them, Aston Villa.

    "You know you’ve got to score three goals to win the title. That’s huge pressure. You’ve got to get the ball running. Credit to City.

    "Them and Liverpool are the hardest working teams."

  9. 'Turnaround was staggering'

    FT: Man City 3-2 Aston Villa - City are champions

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    The turnaround was staggering to be honest – because this didn’t seem like the Manchester City we have seen all season. They were a patch of it, a shadow of it for 73, 74 minutes, nowhere near the quality they have shown.

    They were giving passes away unnecessarily, they couldn’t get the momentum, they certainly weren’t troubling Robin Olsen in the Aston Villa goal and then suddenly it changed around and the momentum for that last 20 minutes was relentless.

    That was the Manchester City team then that has deservedly won the title this season – but for so long in the game you wondered where they were.

    Was it nerves? Was it just a very good tactical display from Aston Villa? It doesn’t matter now. In a six-minute period Manchester had got the job done, got that title into the record books and you could see the relief among some of their players.

    Once that goal went in, there was just no stopping them – they got the ball back quickly, the players were back in their own half ready to kick off before the Aston Villa players had made it out of their penalty area.

    They flooded men forwards, they played with enthusiasm and they found an extra spring in their step that hadn’t been there previously and that’s what got them over the line.

  10. 'What a performer'

    Manchester City are champions

    Manchester City

    Former Man Utd defender Gary Neville on Fernandinho: "What a performer. He has consistency.

    "He has that trophy in his hands and he deserves to have it in his hands."

  11. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    The champagne is out now. About time!

  12. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    "Na, na, na, City" plays out at the Etihad as each player takes it in turn to lift the trophy up.

    And Oasis follows, naturally.

    Pep Guardiola has taken a step back and is watching on with a big smile on his face.

  13. BreakingCity lift the trophy!

    Manchester City are champions

    Fernandinho has his hands on the trophy. He walks over to his team-mates and lifts it into the air.

    Manchester City are Premier League champions again! Blue fireworks go up in the background.

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  14. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    All of the Manchester City players are picking up their medals. It's the club captains who are last up, after Ilkay Gundogan receives a huge roar for his role today.

    Kevin de Bruyne is hailed too.

  15. 'Turnaround was staggering'

    Manchester City are champions

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    The turnaround was staggering to be honest – because this didn’t seem like the Manchester City we have seen all season. They were a patch of it, a shadow of it for 73, 74 minutes, nowhere near the quality they have shown.

    They were giving passes away unnecessarily, they couldn’t get the momentum, they certainly weren’t troubling Robin Olsen in the Aston Villa goal and then suddenly it changed around and the momentum for that last 20 minutes was relentless.

    That was the Manchester City team then that has deservedly won the title this season – but for so long in the game you wondered where they were.

    Was it nerves? Was it just a very good tactical display from Aston Villa? It doesn’t matter now. In a six-minute period Manchester had got the job done, got that title into the record books and you could see the relief among some of their players.

    Once that goal went in, there was just no stopping them – they got the ball back quickly, the players were back in their own half ready to kick off before the Aston Villa players had made it out of their penalty area.

    They flooded men forwards, they played with enthusiasm and they found an extra spring in their step that hadn’t been there previously and that’s what got them over the line.

  16. 'Perfection in their performances'

    Manchester City are champions

    Martin Keown

    Former England defender on Final Score

    To think of Man City not winning a trophy it would have been a travesty. It is perfection in their performances and it has to be with Liverpool chasing them down. Maybe this will encourage Pep to sign a new deal and take on the challenge that is Liverpool. They just keep pushing towards brilliance.

  17. 'I'm so happy for Grealish'

    Manchester City are champions

    Manchester City

    Former Manchester City defender Micah Richards on Sky Sports: “They have to enjoy it. I’m so happy for Jack Grealish - it means so much.

    "When you come into the Man City side, everyone expects you to do well. In 38 games he’s done more than enough to achieve it."

  18. Post update

    Manchester City are champions

    "Please welcome the champions of England".

    Here comes Pep Guardila and his players.

  19. 'I'm happy even though I didn't lift a trophy this season'

    FT: Norwich 0-5 Spurs

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Antonio Conte speaking to Sky Sports: "I have to be honest, I think it [finishing fourth] is one of the most important achievements in my career.

    "Sometimes it's not only when you lift a trophy to be satisfied, I think we reached the maximum level that we dreamed of in November because then the situation was not so good for many reasons. The club changed the coach and with injuries we tried to find the good solution.

    "I think we've done a really good job and for me this is a big achievement in a league that is very difficult because here you find the best players and best coaches.

    "I'm happy even though I didn't lift any trophy this season."

    On Son Heung-min's Golden Boot: "It's a magnificent achievement for him. I think Sonny felt a bit of pressure to reach this achievement but we are very happy for him. Today we had two targets. The first was to get into the Champions League and then to try to help Sonny to become top scorer and so we're very happy."

  20. Lap of appreciation at Selhust

    FT: Crystal Palace 1-0 Man Utd

    Alex Howell

    BBC Sport at Selhurst Park

    The Palace players, staff and management are out on the pitch for the end of season lap of appreciation. There's a couple of presentations that take place, first CEO Phil Alexander is given a great reception as he leaves after 26 years, then Martin Atkinson is given an award at the end of his refereeing career. Then just before the manager addresses the crowd they break out into song about the incident between Vieira and the Everton fan in midweek. Overall, it's been a very positive first campaign for Patrick Vieira at Crystal Palace.