Manchester City has succeeded in spoiling the party:
Liverpool’s first game after being confirmed champions of England after 30 years became sore in the hands of Manchester City who are the dethroned Champions as they are heavily dismantled and battered as well without a reply.
The match was sealed up within first half as Champions (Liverpool) were already 3 goals down. Thanks to goals from Kelvin De Bruyne (Penalty), clinical finish from Raheem Sterling and wonderful strike from Phil Foden. It was at second half that Oxlade-Chamberlain own goal added to the tally.
Meanwhile, Riyad Mahrez would have made it 5-0 at stoppage time if not being ruled out by VAR after a handball by Foden in the buildup which didn’t really matter as the result was already hammering on the Champions.
Nevertheless, Liverpool produced worst first half display in five years being 3 goals down at first half since first half 6-1 defeat at Stoke City, which is the last thing they would have wanted to witness this period of their celebration.
This is perhaps a very good result for Manchester City as they focus on next season.