Manchester City’s title celebrations show no signs of slowing down as members of Pep Guardiola’s squad continued to bask in the glory of their Premier League success on Monday.
They clinched the league title on Sunday with nearest challengers Manchester United’s 1-0 loss to bottom-side West Brom, which made it mathematically impossible for the Red Devils to catch City.
And City defenders Kyle Walker and John Stones took to the golf course on Monday to continue the party, with the latter disguised in a white bunny costume.
In an Instagram video posted to Walker’s account, the pair are relaxing in a golf buggy singing ‘Championes, Championes’ as the right back reveals the mystery man in the bunny costume to be Stones.
Guardiola himself had been enjoying a round of golf as City were crowned champions by United’s shock defeat at the hands of relegation-bound West Brom.
Raheem Sterling, who netted a series of crucial winning goals in City’s run to the Premier League title, took time to relax on holiday.
The 23-year-old updated his social media followers with a video of himself relaxing by a pool somewhere tropical alongside his son Thiago.
Fringe player Oleksandr Zinchenko meanwhile chose to visit Eindhoven in Holland, where he spent the 2016-17 season on loan with PSV.
The title celebrations began on Sunday with pints, jagerbombs, dancing and singing at a humble local pub in Hale alongside supporters.
Players bought drinks for everyone at the bar and captain Vincent Kompany gave a rousing speech to those in attendance while holding a pint of Guinness.
Having been dumped out of the Champions League and FA Cup, City’s stars have nothing but pride to play for with five Premier League fixtures remaining to fulfil.
However after equalling the Premier League record for earliest title, clinched with five games still to play, City can still break another six records.
Those include most points, if they win three of their remaining five games and most goals if they score 11 times between now and the end of the season.
City’s last five games are against Swansea (home), West Ham (away), Huddersfield (home), Brighton (home) and Southampton (away).