Football NewsMan City Pyjama Party: Treble Winners Continue Their Celebrations.
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Grealish and Haaland led Man City stars at a nightclub both sporting a pajama party look as they continued savoring the club’s historic treble.

City’s celebrations show no signs of slowing down after they beat Inter Milan 1-0 to win the Champions League on Saturday night.  The Citizens capped off an incredible season that has seen them also collect the Premier League and FA Cup trophies.

Grealish and Haaland, two of City’s brightest lights this season, had already been delirious as City paraded the streets of Manchester in an open-top bus – with the latter drenching his close friend with champagne in front of delighted fans.

But even after a quick getaway to Ibiza before the parade, City players refused to put a stop to the party atmosphere around the club as a group headed out to Depot Mayfield in Manchester.

Haaland – so often City’s golden boy this season after smashing in 52 goals in all competitions – lived up to that billing by dressing in a silk gold pajama-style outfit – with his Champions League winners’ medal draped around his neck.

Grealish, who has grown close with the Norwegian forward this season, went for the same look – but he opted for black as he wore a similar silk pajama outfit with a collar at the top.

They were joined on the night out by City team-mates Riyad Mahrez, Kyle Walker and Ilkay Gundogan – who brought along their respective WAGs Taylor Ward, Annie Kilner and Sara Arfaoui.

Manager Pep Guardiola also decided to join in with his players as he was seen getting out of a car on arrival at the venue.

Rico Lewis joined the group with a partner, while goalkeeper Ederson was spotted at the club soaking in the celebrations too.

The Brazilian posted several photos on his Instagram stories as he showed himself embracing with fellow keeper Scott Carson, with the caption, ‘I love this [guy].’

He also uploaded a selfie of himself alongside DJ Oliver Heldens on a stage in front of fans and club-goers – before drinking a bottle of beer on a memorable night for the club’s players.