Vincent Kompany.

Vincent Kompany delivers fantastic speech in pub packed with Man City fans

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Manchester City wrapped up the Premier League title on Sunday after Manchester United's shock defeat to West Brom.

Pep Guardiola's side saw off the challenge of Tottenham 3-1 on Saturday night, meaning Man United had to win to delay their celebrations by another week.

But Man United faltered at home to West Brom, gifting their rivals the title.

Club captain Vincent Kompany watched the game at a family members' house, and he was clearly ecstatic after winning his third Premier League title.

“It's the same feeling as the first time – you can't describe it,” the Belgian defender said.

“The first time you win it, you think you are going to win all of them, and the first time you lose it you think you will never win it again.

“It's such a difficult achievement and I'm proud of the team and everyone involved.


Some of Man City's players got together in a local pub after they had officially won the title, where a video has emerged capturing Kompany delivering a quite fantastic speech.

Amongst the players that can be seen in the video include Fabian Delph, John Stones and Bernardo Silva, whereas they were also joined by a host of Man City fans.

No words are needed to explain it, just watch the clip for yourself below.

Absolutely superb. Those celebrations are sure to continue long into the night, and given how Man City have performed in the league across this season, they should enjoy every second of it.


And the 32-year-old has claimed that there is even more to come from this Man City side under Guardiola.

“I have been lucky to win three but so many I have missed," he said. "I suppose my team-mates will perhaps roll their eyes a little bit but I have never retained a title so I want to see how we react now next season.

“He [Guardiola] has been able to transfer to the team … that hunger and desire to never be satisfied. I’m probably the first one to think about next season, I would like to stay humble, this is not a dynasty.

"It is one title and we are all delighted but there is a lot more to do to ­unlock our full potential.”

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