They added to their squad again in January as they agreed a swap deal with Arsenal, sending Henrikh Mkhitaryan to London in exchange for Alexis Sanchez.
"I have won titles, I would not be happy if someone say won title if someone lose a match".
The loss handed City the title, leaving United trailing by 16 points with five games remaining, and Mourinho immediately faced the question of whether he was confident his team could make a real challenge next year.
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Manager and players must take equal blame. Despite their struggles, the Baggies have won three, drawn one and lost only once in their last five at Old Trafford.
Since Jose Mourinho was named as Manchester United manager in the summer of 2016, four clubs have won more points in the Premier League than the Red Devils (140) - Manchester City (165), Chelsea (153), Tottenham Hotspur (153) and Liverpool (146).
"Probably in our best period, where we were moving the ball better and the team was thinking faster, they scored the goal in the only way they could score a goal, which was in a corner or in a lateral free-kick".
"Towards the end I think you could see the work that we had put in, but the lads stuck in, gave it everything we had and we got the win". "One more touch to control the ball, one more flick, one more trick". We have come up against a very, very good side in Manchester United but everyone stuck to their job and did everything we asked of them. "Everything was complicated. Players they didn't want to or couldn't play simple", Mourinho told SkyTV afterwards.
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After a mixed first season in England, Guardiola faced questions about whether his methods were a good fit for the Premier League. The 2017-18 Premier League champions have scored a breath-taking 93 goals so far and look comfortable to cross the 100-goal mark.
More importantly, though, it means Pep Guardiola's City team can not now be caught at the top of the table, thus handing the Catalan coach his first Premier League crown in just his second year in English football.
Manchester City fans celebrate at Wembley Stadium during their 3-1 victory over Spurs. "Premier League Champions 17/18", City tweeted soon after the final whistle. In sealing the league at this stage, City matched the record for the earliest title win, held by United since 2001.
At least West Brom won't be around next season to win at Old Trafford, but the team which had won only once since August are the type of side title contenders should be beating out of sight, not tripping up against at home.
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