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Ryan Giggs reacts badly to Manchester City celebrations

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Manchester United's interim player-manager Ryan Giggs reacted badly to Manchester City's title celebrations during his post-match press conference at Southampton's St. Mary's on Sunday.

A television showing the euphoric scenes at the Etihad Stadium was playing inside the press room as Giggs took his seat - leading the Welshman to moan: “You couldn’t turn that off, could you, flipping heck”.

Giggs had just drawn his fourth - and final - match in charge of the Red Devils. United produced another lacklustre performance on the south-coast, but secured a point thanks to Juan Mata's excellent free-kick. However, last season's Premier League champions missed out on a Europa League spot as Tottenham sealed sixth place with a convincing 3-0 win over Aston Villa.

Manchester City, meanwhile, were crowned Premier League champions for the second time in three seasons after recording a comfortable 2-0 win against West Ham at the Etihad Stadium. Goals from Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany meant City had done enough to beat second-placed Liverpool to the 2013/14 title.

Manchester United are expected to strengthen their squad significantly this summer in order to close the gap on their local rivals. Reports claim the Red Devils have already submitted a £27m bid for Southampton and England left-back Luke Shaw, while Dutch coach Louis van Gaal is expected to be named as the club's next permanent manager later this week.

To watch Giggs lose his temper, click play on the video at the top of the page.

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