Pep Guardiola tells Manchester City to savour success

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The numbers are always consequences of what we have done in terms of the way we play, our mentality. "I am looking forward to the competition again next season", he said. "It's special to break the record here".

After 38 long weeks of intense Premier League action, Manchester City emerged as the runaway Champions while West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Swansea City dropped out of the top flight.

Star man: Wayne Rooney led the way in the goals column (10, all of which we scored before Christmas), but just about every statistical metric available pegged him as one of Everton's worst-rated players this season.

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany hails Pep Guardiola as the best manager in world football following his side's record-breaking run to the Premier League title.

When you get 100 points in the Premier League, this is the grade you deserve. They won't have the distraction of Champions League football of course, but Europa League commitments will still feature in next season's fixture list. In fact, Liverpool are already seen by many people as one of the favourites to win the title next season.

Manchester is home to be best clubs of the 2017/18 EPL season.

It was also the end of an era in England's top flight, with Arsene Wenger taking charge of his final game as Arsenal manager after 22 seasons. The teams that will replace them in the EPL for the 2018/19 season are Wolverhampton Wanderers and Cardiff City. The former Tottenham full-back has been outstanding for Pep Guardiola's team with his powerful performances down the right flank.

City players and staff went on an open-top bus parade through Manchester to show off both their trophies, with an estimated 100,000 supporters lining the streets.

The club needs to stay clear of certain pitfalls, most significant of which is to adapt to the changing times.

"It's not been easy, especially playing here (Wembley) as well".

It should come as little surprise that Mohamed Salah was the Premier League's most clinical scorer in 2017-18, according to Opta's expected goals (xG) statistic, while Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke languishes at the wrong end of the spectrum.