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Manchester City holds off Arsenal to win record fourth-straight Premier League title

The final day of one of the most thrilling Premier League title races in recent memory didn't disappoint.

Manchester City beat West Ham United 3-1 on Sunday to win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Prem crown. No other club has claimed more than three in a row the 136-year history of England's vaunted top division.

Arsenal came from behind to top Everton 2-1, finishing second for the second straight year. The Gunners finished with 89 points, two fewer than City. Liverpool took third, the Reds ending up with 82 points after a 2-0 victory over Wolverhampton in manager Jürgen Klopp's final match.

Here are three quick thoughts following Championship Sunday.

After winning its game-in-hand last Tuesday away to Tottenham Hotspur and leapfrogging the Gunners atop the Prem standings, the Sky Blues knew that a win at home against West Ham would be enough to take a fourth straight title — and City's eighth since 2012.

Arsenal had stayed on the Cityzens' heels for weeks, much to the credit of Mikel Arteta's squad. But even before Liverpool ran out of steam down the stretch, it always felt inevitable that it would play out exactly like this, that history was more theirs to lose than the Gunners' to thwart.

Sure enough, recently anointed Premier League player of the season Phil Foden put Pep Guardiola's side ahead with a worthy opener before some fans had even reached their seats at Emirates Stadium. A second Foden strike doubled the hosts' advantage before the game was 20 minutes old.

City threatened to run away with the game at that point. But Mohammed Kudus made things interesting when he cut the champs' lead in half just before halftime, especially with Arsenal having equalized around the same time in North London.