Manchester City secured a massive 4-1 victory over West Ham United despite having secured the English Premier League trophy.

Manchester City’s 4-1 win in Stratford on Sunday, took them to 102 PL goals for the season — one shy of Chelsea's 2009-10 record.

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Leroy Sane broke the deadlock after 13 minutes before Pablo Zabaleta’s own goal put City two goals ahead. However, Aaron Cresswell canceled a goal for West Ham three minutes before half time with the hope that West Ham will draw level.

After the break, Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho both scored in the 53rd and 64th minutes to seal a 4-1 victory for Manchester City.

West Ham is still battling to survive relegation, with three matches remaining this season as they sit 15th on the league table with 35 points from 35 matches.

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