- Sergio Ramos jokes about Man City players letting the Premier League trophy fall
- The Real Madrid captain responded to Ilkay Gundogan's funny appeal
- City will play Brighton and Southampton in their last two matches
Manchester City players got into wild celebrations with the Premier League trophy after being officially crowned champions of England.
But the trophy took a tumble after it was slightly displaced by Oleksandr Zinchenko and it fell in the grass.
German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan sent a funny tweet concerning the incident and said: "Does anyone knows a place that repairs trophies? Asking for a friend."
And Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos was quick to make response in a light-hearted manner: "I may know a few places, but I haven't called since 2011...
"Letting the trophy fall is becoming a trend..," he tweeted.
A similar incident occurred in 2011 when Ramos let the Copa del Rey fall during their late-night celebrations.
The Citizens were confirmed champions with five matches left to end the 2017/18 campaign when their city rivals Manchester United lost to West Brom at Old Trafford.
Before the goaless draw against Huddersfield Town at the Etihad it was the first time City failed to score in a Premier League match this season.
The billionaire club are also aiming to break the record as the team with the most points should they get to the 95-point mark which was set by Carlo Ancelotti with Chelsea in 2004/2005 season.
They are also aiming to become the team with most goals scored in a single season in England set by Chelsea in 2009/2010 with 103 goals.
Guardiola's side will play Brighton at home in a midweek fixture and draw the curtains at Saint Marys' against Southampton.
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