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Manchester City fans have taken to Twitter to react after Sky Sports posted a very strange tweet shortly after the Citizens won the Premier League title.

Sky Sports asked their followers if Manchester City could still be considered a great team despite their second-place finish last term.

Obviously, that’s a bizarre question to ask.

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Pep Guardiola’s side have won three of the last four Premier League titles available, so quite clearly, they’re a great team.

For some reason, Sky Sports felt the need to question that after one second-place finish, in what was a very odd tweet indeed.

They waited just 38 minutes after full-time at Old Trafford to post the ‘unbelievable’ tweet, and the Manchester City fans are not happy.

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Even though they finished second last term, the Citizens still scored a league-high 102 goals.

They also conceded just 35 in 38 outings.

To question whether a great team truly is a great one because they haven’t won four titles in a row is crazy – no wonder the fans below are annoyed.

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One supporter said they were left ‘speechless’ by the tweet, while another said that it was ‘pathetic beyond belief’ from Sky Sports.

Let’s see what some more Manchester City fans on Twitter have been saying about the tweet…

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