The victorious squad and manager Pep Guardiola were driven through the streets in an open-top bus to celebrate a historic season filled with record-breaking achievements.
"It's good to have competition and it's great for the Premier League to have two players at the 30-goal mark", Kane said.
The win moved City 11 points clear of their rivals and asserted their dominance on the league as they had 15 wins from a possible 16.
"One hundred points is a lot, it means how stable, how good we were all the season".
Addressing the crowds on stage at the end of the hour-long journey, Guardiola, the City manager said: "This summer we'll watch the World Cup on the sofa".
The Reds have been earning huge amounts of praise for their strong performances this season as they booked their place in the top four in the Premier League table.
Bowlers put Ireland in a strong position on day two
Paceman Tim Murtagh took two wickets for 33 runs from 17 overs, with Boyd Rankin returning figures of two for 58 in 17. Imam did not last much longer as he departed the next ball, leaving Ireland jubilant and Pakistan in trouble at 13-2.
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Sergio Aguero and Robert Firmino completed the top five.
Silva, who was given leave whenever he requested it during the season, sent a recorded message. I will be in debt with you forever.
The City captain played in less than half of the team's Premier League games, but his presence in the side when fit highlighted how he remains arguably the best defender in the country.
'To my team-mates I wish to want you one of the best of luck for the World Cup, I will see you there and the remainder of the folks - take pleasure in tonight and see you subsequent season!'
Belgian Kevin de Bruyne, arguably City's star player of the campaign, was taken aback by the enthusiasm of the thousands of flag-waving fans.