Johnny Marr, Liam and Noel Gallagher watch Manchester City win Premier League title

Manchester musicians in attendance at the Etihad Stadium for the game against West Ham

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Noel and Liam Gallagher watched as Manchester City won the Premier League title for the second time yesterday.

The brothers, and former Oasis bandmates, both attended the final game of the season separately and did not sit together as City beat West Ham 2-0, a victory which ensured their place at the top of the league ahead of Liverpool.

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Johnny Marr, who was also in attendance, celebrated on the pitch with Noel Gallagher after the final whistle, with Noel wearing Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany's armband.

Speaking after the match had ended, Noel paid tribute to the team's achievement, telling The Mirror: "This shows we're not a flash in a pan, like Blackburn that season and Leeds in the old Division One. Samir Nasri's goal was great, this was great and we ran the clock down. And I've got Vincent Kompany's captain's armband - I saw him in the tunnel and blagged it off him!"

Johnny Marr tweeted:




Liam Gallagher avoided the celebrations but spoke to Manchester City's in-house TV channel before the game, saying he is a huge fan of the team's manager, Manuel Pellegrini. "I love him, I want him to adopt me," he says. Scroll down to watch the interview now.





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