Man City supporters copy Tottenham with Arsenal Premier League title dig

Manchester City fans celebrate during their game against West Ham United

Manchester City have opted to copy Tottenham Hotspur's mocking chant towards Arsenal after they moved onto the brink of winning the Premier League title.

Before the game, Arsenal knew they needed to beat Everton and hoped that City would slip up against West Ham United. But any hopes of that happening were soon extinguished when Phil Foden opened the scoring with a thunderous effort into Alphonse Areola's top corner.

A quarter of an hour later, City had their second as a brilliant cross from Jeremy Doku saw Foden sweep home to put his team on the brink of history. At a jubilant Etihad Stadium, the home supporters could be heard chanting: "Are you watching Arsenal?"

This chant echoed around the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday night when the Gunners were praying for their fierce rivals to do them a favour. Had Ange Postecoglou's side avoided defeat, the Premier League title race would have been in Arsenal's hands on the final day of the season.

In the build-up to the match, much of the talk surrounded whether Spurs fans actually wanted their team to lose to stop Arsenal from winning the Premier League. We got our answer in the second half as Erling Haaland's brace in North London saw the Blues earn a comfortable victory.

As the result looked to be beyond doubt, Spurs fans could be heard mocking Arsenal which led to Postecoglou calling out his own fans for their attitude towards the defeat. Since City fans copied the Spurs chant, the Gunners have equalised against Everton and West Ham have pulled a goal back through Mohammed Kodus' acrobatic effort.