The Manchester City team celebrated their Premier League title this season with a thrilling victory over Newcastle 4-3 on Friday in the 36th round of the competition.
Newcastle advanced with a goal scored by Emile Kraft in the 25th minute with a neat header, and Manchester City equalized in the 39th minute when Joao Cancelo hit a powerful ball that hit James Murphy’s foot before hugging the net.
Ferran Torres added the second goal for Manchester City in the 42nd minute from a distinctive shot that would nominate the goal to compete for the title of the best this season.
Newcastle equalized with a goal scored by Guillinton in the 42nd minute from a penalty kick, to end the first half in a 2-2 draw.
In the second half, Newcastle scored the third goal in the 62nd minute through Joseph Willock from following up with a penalty kick that was hit by Scott Carson, Manchester City goalkeeper, and then Ferran Torres tied for Manchester City in the 64th minute, before Torres scored his third (hat trick) and the fourth goal of Manchester City. In the 66th minute.
Manchester City set a record after this victory, becoming the first team to win 12 consecutive away wins in the history of the Premier League.
Manchester City won the Premier League title on Tuesday after Manchester United lost to Leicester City 2-1.
Manchester City raised its score to 83 points at the top of the standings, and Newcastle’s score stopped at 39 points in 16th.