Mourinho Speaks On West Brom Loss

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Celebrating the success, Man City's Argentine central defender Nicolas Otamendi wrote on Twitter: "2017/2018 @premierleague CHAMPIONS!"

United had to at least draw to keep the title race mathematically alive but they were stunned at Old Trafford when Jay Rodriguez headed home after the break.

But Jose Mourinho's men still ended up handing the trophy to City with a lacklustre display against bottom of the table Albion, who had won only three times in the league this season before this weekend. Manchester City (28 wins) are now just three wins away from this with five games to play.

"It's incredible the way we played and I am so glad to be here and be part of this club", he said after the 3-1 win over Spurs at Wembley. "If I was in their position I would be very upset if someone said they won because United lost against West Brom".

I've never been able to retain the title so I want to see if this team has got it in them to carry on and be even more successful.

You are not going to tell that Manchester City won the title because Manchester United gave them the title. During the week I was trying to fight that.

United's afternoon was symptomatic of their entire season.

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The defeat at Old Trafford helped the Etihad outfit mathematically win the Premier League.

"I trust in my work". Last not 20 years ago, it was three.

"You do not win titles with inconsistency, you win with quality". You need consistency at every level. Everything must be consistent until the last day.

WE SHOULD HAVE HAD A PENALTY IN THE FIRST HALF "Paul Tierney [the referee] was unlucky in one decision [the challenge by Craig Dawson on Ander Herrera] but I don't blame him at all - it's football".

Jake Livermore had one decent effort saved by David De Gea and Lukaku smashed an effort right into Ben Foster's face but that was about it. Their best chance of the second half was a header by Romelu Lukaku, which was well saved by Foster.

West Brom's victor arrived in the 73rd minute when Chris Brunt's corner was nodded back into the danger area by Nemanja Matic, under pressure from Craig Dawson, and Rodriguez stooped to head beyond David de Gea.

West Brom is still nine points from safety and looks destined for relegation. It's a penalty and nothing else but I think we deserved to be punished.