The 5 Best Moments of the 2017-18 Premier League Season

The 5 Best Moments of the 2017-18 Premier League Season

"We were better than our opponents and the records we broke came from the way we played".

It is also worthy to mention that Manchester City is the first team to earn 100 points in the English top flight in their en route to winning the Premier League title for the fifth time.

"When you win for 100 points it's something special for the club". His stunning tally of 44 goals and 16 assists in just 51 matches in all competitions, arguably makes him the best Premier League signing in recent memory.

Most goals: City finished the season with 106, scoring at a rate of more than 2.8 per match. The club has been playing exceptional football all season long.

City, however, still have a few records to break.

This might have seemed a bit over the top given the fact that they've already won the league, but this goal clinched seven more records to add to Manchester City's impressive season.

"This season has been unbelievable and to finish it off yesterday in the last second to get the 100 points is unbelievable".

The 47-year-old led Barcelona to the Spanish title in his first year as manager in 2008-09 and followed that up with two more in successive seasons.

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4 - Dunk is the only player with more than one own goal this season and racked up a remarkable four - against Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Swansea - to equal the Premier League record set by Martin Skrtel for Liverpool in 2013-14.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Burnley, which finished fifth, sixth and seventh respectively, are to compete in the next edition of the Europa League.

Chelsea, though, could attribute their abysmal performances down to shoddy planning with regards to their transfer strategy and inexcusable handling of their academy graduates combined with a lack of direction from their board and the manager at the helm. This century puts them in the same bracket as the Manchester United treble winners and the Arsenal "Invincibles".

"This season they were a big contender and they will be again next season".

Here, Press Association Sport looks at the landmarks achieved by Pep Guardiola's all-conquering side. We needed it for the age [of the squad]. Their youth academy bustling with technically astute players at all age bands, Manchester City most definitely have a headstart in cementing their status as one of Europe's powerhouses.

It remains to be seen if they will stay at the Welsh club. It's that City have spent better, brought in the right players for their style, and Guardiola has drilled them to perfection.

Guardiola also beat Klopp, Dyche, Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, Newcastle United's Rafael Benitez and Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton to the Premier League gong.

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