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They have broken all sorts of records and have been excellent throughout the campaign.

The 2017-18 Premier League season will go down in history as one in which Manchester City and Pep Guardiola set new standards for brilliance and when English football saw the end of Arsene Wenger, the man who revolutionised the game in the country.

"It's not the time to talk of next season".

However, there was little doubt over the outcome once Salah eased any nerves by swivelling to strike his first goal in four games on 26 minutes to take his tally in all competitions this season to 44.

"Sometimes you discover things you previously didn't know, maybe pairing these two players will give you a good midfield movement, something like that".

79 - No Premier League side has ever had a larger positive goal difference. "I think that's an impact of his [Barcelona] team, with the likes of Andrés Iniesta and Xavi".

"It is really hard to stay focused but he is focused".

Jurgen Klopp's side doubled their lead late in the second half, as Dejan Lovren headed home from an Andy Robertson cross.

With 10 assists as well, Salah is only the fifth player with 40 or more goals and assists combined in a Premier League season.

He said: "In his two seasons with us, he has fostered an incredible spirit within the squad and significantly contributed to our progress both on and off the field".

City finished 19 points clear of second-placed Manchester United - the biggest title-winning margin in the Premier League era - to emphasize the gap between the champions and the chasing pack.

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola says he is still trying to improve as a coach after nine years in management.

The financial pressures of building the stadium at a reported £1 billion cost could also hamper Pochettino's progress, although a third consecutive season of Champions League football should ease some of the burden.

Spurs celebrate scoring a goal.

Fans had the opportunity to have their say over United's best goal, best game, best save and best player since the Premier League started back in August 1992.

"Of course it is very emotional after 1,235 games for the same club", said Wenger.

"Throughout his time here, David has carried himself with dignity and honesty and we have all found him to be a pleasure to work with".

"I am at a fantastic club - it is a family".