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Man City news: Phil Foden on fourth Premier League title in a row – BBC

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Manchester City player of the match Phil Foden speaking to Sky Sports: "It is so hard to put into words what we have done today. No team has ever done it [won four titles in a row in England] and we have put ourselves into the history books. You see what it means to the fans and to us players working all year for this moment. It is a special moment to share it with the fans."
On what it means to win four in a row: "I think to win the Premier League four times, no team has ever done it before, so to do it means we are up there [with the best teams of all time]. I am just absolutely shattered to be honest."
On if they felt the nerves: "Not just me but all the lads have played in important games over the years and have got through this situation a few times as well so it certainly help with the nerves. I thought today we just looked confident and played our football. In the end it paid off."
On winning his sixth title: "I never get bored of it and you want this feeling every time. When you win something there is no better feeling. I want to keep winning as much as I can."
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