Swansea City react to Man City's loud celebrations following emphatic Premier League win
Swansea City manager Paul Clement says he is not offended by the Blues noisy post-match celebrations.
Manchester City set the top-flight winning record with their 15th consecutive win in a row against Swansea on Wednesday night, and the players really enjoyed it.
The City squad could be heard loud and clear as they celebrated their amazing feat by blasting loud music in the changing room following a convincing 4-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium.
And Clement says he isn't offended by the Blues reaction to their win. "Of course not. They’ve been very respectful," he said.
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