After beating Tottenham 3-1 on Saturday, April 14, Manchester City had to wait till Sunday, April 15, for the outcome of the match between Manchester United and West Brom.
City have a 13-point lead over second-placed Manchester United with six league games left but have been jolted by a run of three straight defeats in all competitions.
Although the West Brom board are believed to want somebody with more experience, Moore certainly did his chances of becoming the next full-time boss no harm, even if avoiding relegation looks a lost cause. "I saw lots of people in the moon because we won against City".
City scored 93 goals and lost just twice all season.
The England worldwide scored one against Spurs and won a penalty in a man-of-the-match display, but missed two glaring chances and his prowess in front of goal has always been his weakness.
Given the way they have demolished all challengers in the league, it was apparent months ago that it was only a matter of when rather than if City would take the title. But Jose Mourinho's men still ended up handing the trophy to City with a lacklustre display against bottom of the table Albion, who had won only three times in the league this season before this weekend.
Soon after the ADUG takeover, club's chief executive Garry Cook was quoted saying "China and India are gagging for football content to watch and we're going to tell them that City is their content".
Manchester United's record of winning the league with a point difference of 18 points.
"I think we share one thing - he's been able to transfer to the team that hunger and desire to never be satisfied".
We're seeing a packed out Etihad Stadium (for the first time ever), along with streets and pubs lined with City fans.
'Especially if you've been a Blue for more than forty years.
But they were back to their irresistible best against Spurs as Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan put them 2-0 up early on, with Sterling sealing the win after Christian Eriksen had given the hosts hope.
Guardiola said in March that Mateo was "doing well" and, following confirmation of City's title triumph, Silva thanked fans on social media for their support during a "tough year", attaching a photo of himself holding his son. It's good for the Premier League as well.