Manchester City Stars Meet Up At Australasia Restaurant As Premier League Title Celebrations Continue After Hammering Swansea

Kevin De Bruyne was one of a handful of Manchester City players spotted out on Sunday

Manchester City’s players don’t need much of an excuse to let their hair down after sealing the Premier League title with weeks to spare.

And in the hours after a 5-0 thrashing of Swansea cemented their place at the top of the table, they were pictured out in Manchester city centre.

Kevin De Bruyne, having missed out on the PFA Player of the Year award that was claimed by Mohamed Salah, was among those in attendance.

Vincent Kompany was also out and about as the Premier League winners relaxed

Brazilian duo Ederson and Fernandinho make their way into the city centre on Sunday night

David Silva smiles for the cameras after scoring in the 5-0 win over Swansea earlier in the day

England defenders Kyle Walker and John Stones (right) were also among those pictured out

Vincent Kompany, David Silva, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Ederson and Fernandinho were also spotted out on the town.

Members of the backroom staff, including Mikel Arteta but not manager Pep Guardiola, joined them in celebrating the league triumph.

City's coaching staff, minus Pep Guardiola but including Mikel Arteta, walk through town

The players met up at Australasia Restaurant before they were driven 100 yards in blacked-out Mercedes vans and cars to Panacea Nightclub for a club party.

Earlier in the day Guardiola’s side had confirmed their domestic dominance with a convincing victory over relegation-threatened Swansea.

David Silva, Raheem Sterling, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus were on target as City racked up the goals in front of a party atmosphere at the Etihad Stadium.

The victory took City to 90 points, with four games still to play as they target becoming the first side in Premier League history to break the 100-point barrier.

The five goals also took their tally up to 98, just five shy of Chelsea’s record haul of 103 in 2009-10.

They return to action next Sunday to face West Ham in a trip to the London Stadium.


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