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City were crowned champions for a fourth time in five years on Sunday afternoon after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Aston Villa.
Steven Gerrard's side were 2-0 up with 14 minutes to go, but City rallied with two goals from Ilkay Gundogan either side of Rodri's strike.
Richards is a former City player and knows how it feels to win a league in dramatic fashion, having been part of that game against QPR back in 2012.
Micah is having the time of his life, meanwhile Roy... pic.twitter.com/8EGHaSCGkW— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 22, 2022
He decided to sing the Kolo and Yaya Toure song with a member of City's coaching staff before dancing as well.
Keane captained Manchester United in his career and he was clearly putting on a brave face.
Sky Sports host David Jones asked Keane if he's enjoying himself and the Irishman, in the most sarcastic manner imaginable, replied: "Yeah absolutely fantastic. It's great to be here."
That left Jones and Jamie Redknapp in laughter before Keane interrupted with: "Torture!"
Redknapp then interjected with: "If he wasn't so big I'd try to knock him out!"
Fans online have reacted to the clip and they think it's the perfect sign off for the Irishman this campaign.
One commented: "Roy represents how I feel right now."
Another said: "Keane's face man looool."
A third put: "These two are the best duo on TV easily."
While someone tweeted: "Bro is twerking on Keane's head he's fuming inside rn."
Pep Guardiola's men knew they had to win at the Etihad Stadium to guarantee a finish above Liverpool, but Matty Cash's header 37 minutes in threw a spanner into the words.
Villa were without first-choice goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez but kept their shape and managed to rattle the home side.
They'd double their lead through Philippe Coutinho in the second half, with the former Liverpool fan neatly slotting past Ederson.
City were down, but not out.
Second half substitute Gundogan headed home at the far post in the 76th minute and Rodri's long range effort nestled into the bottom corner.
Gundogan, who could leave City this summer after six years in Manchester, buried a Kevin De Bruyne cross to complete the comeback.
Liverpool beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 elsewhere, but that result was irrelevant in the end.
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