Manchester City broke plenty of records this past season, these included: most points (100), most away points (50), most points ahead of second (19), most wins (32), most away wins (16), most goals (106), best goal difference (+79), most consecutive victories (18), biggest share of away possession (82.13%), fewest minutes losing (153) and quickest team to score 100 goals (35 matches).
Manchester City have enjoyed a truly spectacular season, winning the Premier League easily and capping it off on the final day of the season with a win against Southampton that made them the first team in history to reach 100 points.
There were five seconds remaining of their final match away to Southampton when Kevin de Bruyne launched the long ball towards Gabriel Jesus that would win him the new "Playmaker" award for the player with most assists. By the time City secured the League, they had also secured their safety.
At the start of the season, the general consensus was that one of the Manchester clubs will end up winning the Premier League title.
Already elected as the PFA's Player of the Year and Football Writers' Association's Player of the Year, Mohamed Salah has won the hearts of every football fan across the world this season. As early as November, the league title was never in doubt.
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But Juergen Klopp's men know even if they fall short in Kiev, they will be back in the UCL next season as they blew Brighton away. Manchester City won the league by 19 points and scored 106 goals , both new records, and finished with a plus-79 goal difference.
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.
Maybe that's why the only recent champions to buck the trend were the more attack-oriented Manchester City sides of 2013 and 2015.
The LMA League One Manager Of The Year award went to Shrewsbury's Paul Hurst, whose team finished third behind Blackburn and champions Wigan.
He then became Bayern Munich boss after a year's sabbatical and won three consecutive Bundesliga titles with them before his switch to City in 2016.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed off after 22 years and 1,235 games in charge with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbing the victor. This season, it didn't even get them close.