Manchester City have won their first ever Champions League and the Treble after a 1-0 win over Inter.
Midfielder Rodri scored from 15 yards out in the 68th minute to secure a victory over the Italian side in Istanbul – capping an unforgettable season for Pep Guardiola’s side.
They outpaced closest rivals Arsenal to comfortably win last season’s Premier League and last week beat fierce rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
It means City have become the first English Premier League club since United to win a Treble of all three major trophies in one season.
Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour was also present to watch his team’s victory on Saturday evening.
It was only the second game he has attended since his investment vehicle, the Abu Dhabi United Group, purchased City in 2008.
The club has risen to become the dominant force in the English game under Mansour’s stewardship, having won seven Premier League titles in the past 12 years and five of the last six.