Manchester City complete record-breaking Premier League season

West Ham's Mark Noble celebrates putting West Ham 2-0 up against Leicester

West Ham's Mark Noble celebrates putting West Ham 2-0 up against Leicester

Guardiola was named Premier League manager of the year, Nuno was named Championship manager of the year, Shrewsbury manager Paul Hurst won the League One prize and Coleman picked up the League Two award.

The 2017-18 Premier League season concluded Sunday amid a feast of goals and entertainment.

Manchester City celebrated their title by becoming the first English team ever to break the 100-point barrier. Their next appearance in 2014-15 was also not that memorable, as they once again crashed out after finishing 19th with 33 points.

The challenge is now to better that next year, but Guardiola does not intend to start thinking about that quite yet.

With all 760 games in the books, it's time to draw a line under the campaign and rank-for the final time-the top performers in each position. But while Liverpool and Spurs have also played some breathtaking football this season, City have been out of this world at times.

"Numbers are numbers, but I think the way we played".

Manchester City's huge lead at the top and a bottom three that had effectively already been set in place meant 10 simultaneous matches produced few changes to the table.

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Manager Pep Guardiola shared his beer with a lucky fan before he took to stage with his players to greet the crowd.

"If you look at how we showed spirit, we were quite dynamic".

With the premature birth of his son in December, it's been a hard season for Silva off the pitch and he has regularly gone back and forth from Manchester to be with his family in Spain.

Only record scorer, Argentinian Sergio Aguero, who is undergoing treatment back home on a knee injury to try and get fit for next month's World Cup, and Spanish forward David Silva - with his young child in Spain - were absent.

He said: "Thank you for understanding my situation".

"I want to say something to Yaya: I told you the other day that it was a pleasure to play with you, my friend". Pep Guardiola leapt on to the field jubilantly to join the celebrations in the knowledge his team had become the first in English top-flight history to reach 100 points in a single campaign.

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