It was a well deserved win for Manchester City today at Stamford bridge as they beat Chelsea 1-0 for the first time in four meetings since Thomas Tuchel became Chelsea's Manager.
It was more spectacular given that this win gave City's manager, Pep Guardiola the title of the club's most successful manager in terms of match wins. He has won 221 matches. He has also won more trophies.
With what seems to be a very bad day for Chelsea given that they knew what the match meant for them; a match against one of the best contenders for the title (they've faced Liverpool already) needed a win or draw and not a loss at home. To worsen the case, the City Fans in the stadium weren't making things easy for them as they were seen and heard singing reggae legend, Bob Marley's 1977 song, 'Three Little Birds.'
Well, the song was actually played in the stadium so they just sang along to show they were very happy with the results.
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