Pep Guardiola led his undeniable, breathtaking Manchester City side to the highest points tally ever seen in Premier League history, finishing on 100 points.

Records tumbled as Manchester City won their third Premier League title.

They finished 19 points clear of Manchester United, scored 106 goals, had a goal difference of +79 and recorded 32 wins, all Premier League records.

The season started in style. Olivier Giroud’s late goal clinched a 4-3 win for Arsenal against Leicester City as a top-flight campaign began with a Friday night match for the first time.

Less than 24 hours later, Mohamed Salah struck on his debut as Liverpool drew 3-3 at Watford.

For the second season running the defending champions lost their opening match.

Chelsea’s 3-2 home defeat by Burnley was a shock but was an early marker for the progress the Clarets were to make under Sean Dyche.

Summer recruit Romelu Lukaku scored on his Man Utd debut as they beat West Ham United 4-0 to top the Matchweek 1 table ahead of promoted Huddersfield Town, who won 3-0 at Crystal Palace.

Chelsea were Man City’s nearest challengers at the start of 2018, but lost ground after defeats by AFC Bournemouth and Watford.

Harry Kane’s successive hat-tricks in December ignited Spurs’ top-four charge and moved the forward narrowly ahead of Salah in the race for the Golden Boot race at the turn of the year.

Man City’s hopes of emulating Arsenal’s 2004 “Invincibles” were ended when Liverpool won 4-3 in an electric contest at Anfield on 14 January.

City only dropped two points from their next eight matches, meaning a Manchester derby win at the Etihad Stadium on 7 April would hand them the title.

But United fought back from 2-0 down at half-time to win 3-2 and delay their city rivals’ title celebrations.

But that wait lasted a mere eight days as United then lost 1-0 to bottom club West Bromwich Albion under caretaker manager Darren Moore.

After lifting the PL Trophy on 6 May, Gabriel Jesus scored a stoppage-time winner on the final day at Southampton to give Man City a century of points in dramatic style.

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31 Comments

Harry Hewitson

July 2, 2020

As a United fan I was disappointed with no league title but you have to praise City. 32 wins and only 2 defeats. Mad

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ABM

July 2, 2020

would have been the best of all time if there was a title race, but this man city side was the best of all time

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Lil Gibbo

July 2, 2020

Took 34:33 for them to show a Brighton match 😂

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Hanson bro Ahmed

July 2, 2020

The best drama and best league in history

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Manwoz kafle

July 2, 2020

Waiting for 18/19 season review

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mike heap

July 2, 2020

Manchester City, best team in north west and all the world 🤪👍

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Manwoz kafle

July 2, 2020

Waiting 18/19 season review

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Emmanuel Ngoy

July 2, 2020

Can you upload 18/19?

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A2 Munty

July 2, 2020

3:38 is that bully from aftv

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Blades Man

July 2, 2020

Vardy is a wanker haaaaa⚔️⚔️⚔️⚔️

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Tystar

July 2, 2020

2019/20 premier league review ?

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Ryan Lamb

July 2, 2020

Hi mate have you got the season 2018/19 season mate.

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PMA PRO CLUBS

July 2, 2020

Wotta shit ‘season review’, basically all just the ‘top 6’

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Tino 123

July 2, 2020

Keep your mind off this coronavirus and watch some beautiful football here 😉

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Bean Sauce

July 2, 2020

A G R E S S I V E P A I N T I N G

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Hassam Ali

July 2, 2020

Upload 18/19

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Nikhil Erigila

July 2, 2020

Upload 2016-17 Season also. Please

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Jonathan Lemon Wrestling Show

July 2, 2020

Can you upload the Season Review of 2018/19 of what happened at Man Utd 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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Lee Worrad

July 2, 2020

I’m not a fan with this team 😂😂 lol

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Takunda Nekati

July 2, 2020

City were actually sensational 🤩

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netweed09

July 2, 2020

Bye Monsieur; thanks for bottling the Mbappe move and leaving Us in 8th, Mercy

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Alex Tomlinson

July 2, 2020

Every Premier League season review that I watch always has Mark Hughes getting the sack 😂😂😂

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Ikenna Enwelum

July 2, 2020

"Once a blue but now giving Chelsea the blues.." Don't ever change, Peter Drury😂😂

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shreyas sm

July 2, 2020

Centruions

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IIM 10

July 2, 2020

Thanks for uploading these

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Devito 1993

July 2, 2020

Man City Centurions > Arsenal Invincibles

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Tawakal Ahmed

July 2, 2020

As a united fan, this is the best and the worst season since sir Alex retired. Shame to mourinho for buying sanchez instead of buying midfielder and defenders because pogba(our main man) got injury in champions league against basel and got red card in arsenal game to miss the Derby that's when I surrender the title.

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Abdi Zizo

July 2, 2020

can you do the 16/17 season great stuff

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Ben_ Niven2006

July 2, 2020

Legend

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Seb Littlewood

July 2, 2020

What a season for Huddersfield 🔵⚪️

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Monkey Mango

July 2, 2020

Here is the jlingz comment ur looking for

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