Manchester City are Premier League champions once again after a brilliant campaign from Pep Guardiola's side, which saw the team move from as low as 13th place to a 21-match winning streak. A poor start and the absence of both first-choice strikers – Sergio Agüero and Gabriel Jesus – were huge blows, but the team and manager emphatically turned around their fortunes to claim City's seventh league title, Guardiola's third at the club. The Guardian's Manchester football correspondent Jamie Jackson breaks down the tactics, the reinvention and the triumph.
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