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Manchester City Ends the ‘Party for Partey’

Arsenal struggled to secure a favourable result against Everton on Sunday, May 19, 2024, with a 2-1 win, which was insufficient to keep their title hopes alive, as they required a draw between Manchester City and West Ham to become the 2024 English Premier League champions.

The dream of Arsenal winning the Premier League title has been abruptly brought to an end following the match between Manchester City and West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium, on Sunday, May 19, 2024.

Arsenal struggled to secure a favourable result against Everton on Sunday, May 19, 2024, with a 2-1 win, which was insufficient to keep their title hopes alive, as they required a draw between Manchester City and West Ham to become the 2024 English Premier League champions.

Arsenal supporters in Ghana were counting on West Ham United’s top player, Mohammed Kudus, to cause a pivotal upset that would result in Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City losing the game, allowing Arsenal to win the Premier League title by a goal difference.

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The Black Stars attacker started the “Party for Partey” when he scored with an overhead kick later in the first half of the match against Manchester City after Phil Foden (Man. City) scored a brace earlier in the game.

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However, a second-half goal from Manchester City’s Rodri disrupted the ongoing party for Partey. Manchester City’s 3–1 victory over West Ham brought the party to an end. With the victory, Manchester City was officially crowned the Premier League champions for the fourth time in 2023–2024.

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Mohammed Kudus, who finished the season with 17 goals and seven assists in 43 games in all competitions, was unable to lead West Ham United to the victory that would have helped his Blackstar teammate, Thomas Partey, win his first Premier League title.

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