Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany led their Premier League title celebrations on Sunday night.
After closest rivals Manchester United were stunned 1-0 by bottom club West Brom, City were confirmed champions of England with five games to spare.
And the party started rukking when captain Kompany showed up at a Manchester pub with Fabian Delph and Kyle Walker to give the City fans some gees.
Giving a speech, he said: “If there are kids in the room, cover their ears or send them out!
“It’s been a f***ing long journey. Especially if you have been a Blue for more than 40 years in your heart.
“But tonight – we win it again! So let’s celebrate together. Come on!”
City have now wrapped up three Premier League titles since 2011 and their first in four years.
Veteran heroes David Silva and Sergio Aguero also got on social media to celebrate.
Playmaker Silva posted: “My 3rd league but this one is the most special.Thanks to everyone for supporting me in this tough year!”
My 3rd league but this one is the most special.Thanks to everyone for supporting me in this tough year!🏆🏆🏆 pic.twitter.com/kKslE189uu
Aguero, whose last-minute strike clinched their 2010-11 title in dramatic fashion, adds: “Let’s enjoy this new, well-earned title!”
Y gracias por tantos y lindos mensajes. Disfrutemos de este nuevo y merecido título!//Thank you all for so many warm messages. Let's enjoy this new, well-earned title! #PremierLeague #Champions #mancity 🏆💪🎉 pic.twitter.com/jjqC3FS9uY
Kevin de Bruyne has had an amazing season and is in the running for the PFA Player of the Year award.
Of his first title with City, the midfielder says: “Very happy to call us champions.”
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New signings like Walker, Bernardo Silva, Benjamin Mendy and Ilkay Gundogan also tweeted their joy at winning the title.