Pep Guardiola and his team secured a fourth Premier League title in a row on the final day of the season. Re-live the action with our Man City vs West Ham stats centre.

Manchester City have won an unprecedented fourth Premier League title in a row thanks to an ultimately comfortable 3-1 victory over West Ham at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

City knew all they needed to do was match Arsenal’s result against Everton, and Pep Guardiola’s men got the win that rendered the Gunners’ efforts pointless.

Freshly crowned Premier League Player of the Season, Phil Foden, had City in the driving seat early on with two goals inside the first 18 minutes, taking his tally for the season to 19 in the top flight.

Mohammed Kudus’ remarkable overhead kick on the stroke of half-time brought with it a sense of jeopardy for City, though Rodri – ever the man for the big occasion – swept home from the edge of the box just before the hour to essentially put the game – and the title race – to bed.

Regardless of Arsenal sealing a late 2-1 win over the Toffees, City became the first team in the history of English football to win the top-flight title in four successive seasons.

Next up is the FA Cup final against Manchester United on Saturday as they aim to become the only club to win the domestic double in back-to-back campaigns.

Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Man City vs West Ham stats from what was a decisive Premier League game at the Etihad Stadium.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own post-match analysis.  

Underneath the match centre you can find the official Opta stats on the game as well. 

Man City vs West Ham Stats: Match Timeline

Man City vs West Ham momentum
Man City vs West Ham xG race

Man City vs West Ham Stats: Post-Match Facts

  • Man City midfielder Rodri hasn’t lost a single match he’s played in the Premier League this season (W27 D7), with only five of Arsenal’s Invincibles from 2003-04 playing in more games without losing in a season. Indeed, he’s now gone 50 consecutive Premier League appearances without losing, only the second player to achieve that along with Sol Campbell (56 between 2002-04).
  • Mohammed Kudus was involved in 14 Premier League goals for West Ham this season (8 goals, 6 assists), the joint-most ever by a Ghanaian player in a Premier League campaign, along with Tony Yeboah in 1994-95 (12 goals, 2 assists), Asomoah Gyan in 2010-11 (10 goals, 4 assists), and André Ayew in 2015-16 (12 goals, 2 assists).
  • Phil Foden has scored six goals from outside the box in the Premier League this season, the most of any player, and the most ever by a Man City player in a single campaign. It is the most by a player for any team in the competition since 2018-19, when Christian Eriksen also scored six.
  • West Ham United conceded 74 Premier League goals this season, their most in a single league season since 1966-67 (84). They are the first side to finish as high as ninth in a top-flight season when shipping that many goals since 1963-64 when both Spurs (conceded 81, 4th) and Arsenal (82, 8th) did so.
  • Manchester City have now gone 35 matches unbeaten in all competitions (W29 D6), the longest run ever by a Premier League team. In English top-flight history, the only team with a longer unbeaten run is Nottingham Forest between March and November 1978 (40 in a row).
  • Pep Guardiola has clinched his sixth Premier League title with Manchester City – he is just the fourth manager to win as many as six English top-flight titles, along with Sir Alex Ferguson (13), George Ramsay (6) and Bob Paisley (6).
  • Manchester City are the first team in English top-flight history to win the title in four consecutive seasons, having won the league in 2020-21, 2021-22, 2022-23 and 2023-24.

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