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TECNO Mobile & Man City host Premier League trophy in Mumbai

Mudeet Arora
Manchester City's Premier League trophy came to Mumbai
Manchester City's Premier League trophy came to Mumbai / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages
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Chinese mobile manufacturer TECNO Mobile joined hands with Manchester City in hosting the Premier League trophy at Infiniti Mall in Mumbai.

This event was organised on Wednesday as part of TECNO Mobile's initiative to connect with the country's youth and boost the popularity of sports in India.

TECNO has been a global partner of Manchester City since the year 2016 as both institutions believe in providing unique experiences to their users/fans.

At the event, commenting on his visit to India, former City star Shaun Wright-Phillips said, "It is fantastic to be in India with Manchester City and attend events like this with club partners such as TECNO in the country. The fans in India have been so welcoming so far and it's great to see the collaboration between TECNO and Man City inspiring young people across the globe."

Arijeet Talapatra, CEO of TECNO Mobile India, added (via PRnewswire): "TECNO as a brand is known to be catering to a young audience. Out of the multiple verticals that intrigue youth TECNO chose sports as its foundation to attract the Zillennials.",

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"Our association embodies perfection, excellence and passion to succeed beyond limitations and is an example of how both the entities endlessly aim to bring the young football admirers' dreams into reality.

"We are delighted to bring Premier League Trophy to India, as Man City celebrates a highly successful season and gear up for a much bigger success. With this ongoing association, we are steadfast to form stronger correspondence with aspiring footballers and Indian smartphone users," he concluded

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