City were able to carry out a wonderful comeback against the Villa to evoke some of the wildest scenes seen on Premier League match. The champions made it very difficult for themselves, scoring two goals after 70 minutes of play.
But with Liverpool after beating the Wolves, they needed a great comeback to win their second title in a row – which they were able to achieve. And the surreal scenes led to a mass invasion that even led to the crossbar of the city being torn in half.
Ilkay Gundogan came back in the 76th minute, and Rodri added two minutes later. Gundogan became a hero again after Kevin De Braine inflicted a low cross for a decisive winner in the 81st.
City held on nervously until the end of the match until the final whistle blew and the fans came out on the field to show their joy. City believers immediately went to both ends of the field, where they climbed the gate and sat on the crossbar.
Eventually, enough fans with the flag sat on the woodwork to make it break in half and they collapsed. Fans then cheerfully posed for photos while sitting inside the broken gate.
The City stars were immediately escorted off the field by stewards when they were rushed by favorite fans. The invasion of the field has become the latest in a recent trend when fans are coming out on the field before the end of this season.