Thousands of Manchester City fans celebrated the club's Premier League title success at a victory parade on Monday.

City won the title in dramatic fashion on the final day of the season, beating Queens Park Rangers 3-2 at the Etihad Stadium Sunday, scoring twice during injury time after being down 2-1.

Around 100,000 fans turned out to line the route of an open-top bus parade in honor of City being crowned champions of England for the first time since 1968.

"It's great for everyone that we can have the trophy and these celebrations," City captain Vincent Kompany said outside town hall in Manchester's Albert Square. "It's for the fans."

City boss Roberto Mancini admitted the two goals in stoppage time was "the best five minutes of our life."

"It was an incredible moment," he said.

City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart confessed he feared the worst with City trailing 2-1 in the closing minutes before the dramatic turnaround.

"I didn't think it was going to happen, to be perfectly honest," Hart said.

"The place was shaking, I was shaking. You lose control in situations like that. It was one of the best and most dramatic days of my life."