Manchester City are confirmed as the Premier League champions after neighbours United were stunned by West Brom.
The Baggies, bottom of the table and seemingly doomed to relegation won 1-0 at Old Trafford to ensure that City couldn't be caught at the top.
Pep Guardiola's side won on Saturday, away at Tottenham but must have assumed that the title would be sealed when Swansea visit the Etihad Stadium next weekend.
West Brom arrived at Old Trafford with just three league wins to their name all season with the drop down to the Championship all but confirmed.
However, despite soaking up plenty of United pressure it was the visitors who got the only goal of the game, Jay Rodriguez heading in from a second half corner.
They held out for the remainder of the game to complete their first away victory since August and their first league win since January. It still looks too late to avoid relegation with the Baggies nine points from safety.
At the other end of the table though their win gifted City the title. Guardiola's side are 16 points clear of United with five games remaining to claim their third title win in seven seasons and their first under the Spaniard.
United boss Jose Mourinho said after the game that his side had disappointed after the euphoria of beating City last weekend.
He told the BBC: "It was a bad reaction after the City victory, the consequence of that is complicated football. Some players think it is stylish football. We were a complicated team and let them feel comfortable.
"City were the best team, sooner or later they would get the points, so no dramas when the best team wins the league."
West Brom face Liverpool at home next Saturday and they are 6/1 to win again while Jurgen Klopp's side are 2/5 with the draw priced at 15/4.
The Baggies are 20/1 to win the game 1-0.
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