Jack Grealish helped out of bar at 5am as Man City players celebrate winning Premier League title

Jack Grealish helped out of bar at 5am as Man City players celebrate winning Premier League title

WATCH NOW: Sports round-up as Jack Grealish and Man City celebrate Premier League title triumph

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 20/05/2024

- 10:33

Updated: 20/05/2024

- 10:34

The England international joined his team-mates in celebrating their latest win

Jack Grealish was reportedly helped out of a bar at 5am after Manchester City won the Premier League title on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola's side went into the final game of the season knowing victory over West Ham would see them crowned champions for the fourth year in a row.

And City got the job done against the Hammers, with a brace from Phil Foden and a strike from Rodri propelling them to their sixth league triumph in seven years.

After the game, players enjoyed a night out on the town to celebrate.

Jack Grealish Man City

Jack Grealish celebrates helping Man City win the Premier League title on Sunday


Pictures obtained by The Sun show Grealish looking bleary-eyed as he was accomapneid out of a bar.

It's claimed he left at 5am, with the former Aston Villa star never missing the chance to let his hair down.

Grealish later returned home in a taxi - and he wasn't the only City star who seemed to enjoy themselves.

John Stones also seemed to require some assistance, with the City star clutching onto a security guard as he made his way outside.

And goalkeeper Ederson was seen holding a huge bottle of wine while wearing a t-shirt of himself.

Playmaker Kevin De Bruyne wore a white t-shirt.

And he was pictured slumped in the back of a taxi with his hands in his hair at the end of the night.

City hitman Erling Haaland didn't dress up for the occasion after winning the Golden Boot.

Instead, the Norway international wore club gear as he joined in the celebrations with the rest of his team-mates.

Even Guardiola was there, with the City boss looking smart in a black jumper - having previously worn the club's jersey as they lifted the Premier League trophy earlier in the day.

City players won't have too long to enjoy themselves, however.

They're next in action against fierce rivals Manchester United in the final of the FA Cup on Saturday.

City, if they beat United, will win the double.

And that will be a nice consolation for Guardiola's side, who won't be playing in June's Champions League final after exiting the competition to Real Madrid.

Grealish, meanwhile, said it was an 'unbelievable' feeling to have won another league title - while also praising the quality of Guardiola's squad.


Jack Grealish Man City

Jack Grealish celebrates with Rodri as Man City beat West Ham to win another Premier League title


Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "Unbelievable feeling to be history makers. I've been here three years and every year I've won a Premier League - it's been unbelievable.

"For the guys that have been here four years, to do it in the Premier League. Some say it's the hardest league in the world so to do four in a row it's unbelievable.

"I said last year I've never been in a team anywhere where we have what we have here.

"We have everything, younger guys, experienced guys, talent, and a togetherness that's just amazing.

"I don't feel like I've performed well this season at all. I performed better this year than my first year.

Man City

Man City remain the team to beat with the club winning four Premier League titles in a row


"That first year I just wanted to win no matter what. Last year I played more and this season has been stop-start. I played well in points.

"My standards are high so I feel like I could've played more in some games. I wanted to play as much as I could like last season.

"We have so many good players here so it's difficult. There's no team in the world that rotates like this team do, but that's the beauty of it."

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