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Phil Foden scores in 77 SECONDS against West Ham to put Man City on course for Premier League title – as Arsenal fans left heartbroken

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Phil Foden broke Arsenal’s hearts in 77 seconds to give Man City a 1-0 lead against West Ham on the final day.

The attacking midfielder scored a stunning goal to earn Pep Guardiola’s side a fourth consecutive Premier League title.

Before the action, City needed a win to lift the trophy, while the Gunners needed to pick up three points while counting on the reigning champions to lose or draw.

However, despite high expectations and hopes at the Emirates, the mood quickly dissipated when Foden launched a sensational effort from outside the box in the second minute.

Several Arsenal fans were seen checking the score on their phones as news of Foden’s opener filtered through, with many appearing demoralized.

Phil Foden scored in 77 seconds against West Ham on the final day of the Premier League

Phil Foden scored in 77 seconds against West Ham on the final day of the Premier League

The attacking midfielder's early goal left Arsenal fans heartbroken at the Emirates on Sunday.

The attacking midfielder’s debut goal left Arsenal fans heartbroken at the Emirates on Sunday.

Fans were seen checking the score and reacting as news of Foden's strike filtered through.

Fans were seen checking the score and reacting as news of Foden’s strike filtered through.

Several Arsenal fans appeared demoralized as mood shattered at Emirates

Several Arsenal fans looked demoralized as mood shattered at Emirates

Meanwhile, others took to X to lament their title rivals taking the lead so early.

One said: “I’m glad the hope of City losing lasted less than a minute,” while another added: “A minute later. That didn’t even give us of hope.”

Another fan replied: “Phil Foden already? ”, as more and more supporters expressed their frustration.

Another said: ‘I never liked Phil Foden’, while another joked: ‘Hope West Ham could get something lasted 2 minutes!’ Ffs Up gunners!

A final downtrodden fan said: “West Ham would never get anything against City even if their lives depended on it, the worst defense we’ve played against all season by far.”

Arsenal fans lamented the fact that City took the lead so early in the match.

Arsenal fans lamented the fact that City took the lead so early in the match.

Foden quickly scored the double as he swept in Jeremy Doku’s cross to raise the Etihad’s roof.

However, Mohammed Kudus scored a goal just before half-time for West Ham to give Gunners fans hope and lift the mood at the Emirates.

However, Rodri added a third, and although Arsenal beat Everton 2-1, they missed out on the title thanks to City’s victory.

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