Manchester City makes a spectacular comeback to win the English Premier League on the last day.

On Sunday, Manchester City achieved just that, defeating Aston Villa 3-2 to win the English Premier League

The hosts knew a win on the last day of the season would secure the championship, and after falling 2-0, they scored three goals in five second-half minutes to throw the Etihad Stadium into a frenzy

At full-time, fans, many of whom had their heads in their hands for much of the game, ran onto the pitch to celebrate winning a title race unlike any other

City supporters danced on the pitch and even smashed one of the goals as a spine-tingling performance of the club's well-known song, Blue Moon, filled the air

Stewards eventually escorted people off the pitch, allowing City players to reappear and parade the trophy in front of an enthusiastic, if not tired, audience

On the lap of honor, City's Ukrainian defender Oleksandr Zinchenko was visibly moved

The 25-year-old was overcome with emotion as he wrapped the trophy in his country's flag, respecting those who had suffered due to the conflict

As the season came to a close, City manager Pep Guardiola stated, "the most difficult serve in tennis is the one you have to serve to be champion."

The parallel couldn't have been more apt on a tumultuous afternoon in Manchester

Goals from Matty Cash and former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho appeared to have taken the championship away from City, but Guardiola has put together an exceptional team

While several teams succumbed to the pressure, City persisted and was rewarded with two goals from Ilkay Gundogan and Rodri, clinching the club's fourth league title in five years