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Manchester City's Premier League title victory has been celebrated by owner Sheikh Mansour and other high-ranking UAE officials in Dubai with a typically lavish football cake.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, a member of the Dubai royal family, tweeted an image of Mansour (fourth from left) being helped to cut the "congratulations" cake, saying:
City reclaimed the title from rivals Manchester United with a 2-0 win over West Ham at the Etihad stadium yesterday.
Manchester City will celebrate their Premier League title win with an open top bus parade today.
A comfortable 2-0 win over West Ham ensured City finished two points above Liverpool to claim their second Premier League title in three years.
A bus will take the team from Albert Square on a one-mile route through the city centre with thousands of fans expected to attend the event.
The club will also mark their Capital One Cup success during the celebrations.
Manchester City players Vincent Kompany and Javi Garcia have tweeted selfies with their teammates after winning the Premier League, offering a glimpse into the ecstatic atmosphere of the post-game dressing room.
Manchester City have reclaimed the Premier League from their bitter rivals Manchester United after pipping Liverpool to top spot by two points on a thrilling final day.
Manchester City beat West Ham 2-0 to clinch the title with 86 points, while Liverpool beat Newcastle 2-1 after falling behind early on through an own goal.
Liverpool led the league until two weeks ago and were hoping to win the title for the first time in 20 years, but fell back into second place after losing 2-0 to Chelsea.
A plane has flown over Liverpool with a banner mocking reds captain Steven Gerrard's likely failure to win a Premier League championships.
Making reference to Manchester United's 20 title wins, the banner read: 'United 20 - Gerrard 0'.