The 5 Best Moments of the 2017-18 Premier League Season

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Following a stellar first season with Manchester City, goalkeeper Ederson has been handed a mammoth seven-year contract with the Citizens as a reward for his efforts.

But beyond City's impressive numbers, Guardiola takes the most pride from the irresistible style in which his team have racked up their achievements.

History will show that Yaya Toure is a Manchester City and English Premier League legend, football was fortunate that Toure made a decision to leave Barcelona for Manchester City or else audiences worldwide might never have had the pleasure of witnessing Yaya Toure destroying teams. Then all the superlatives are imaginable but let's compare City's season to the Wenger's Arsenal Invisibles who finished the campaign undefeated in 2004.

Around 100,000 Manchester City fans lined the streets of the city as Pep Guardiola's side celebrated their record-breaking Premier League title success with a parade on Monday.

Biggest victory: Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and Kelechi Iheanacho - the three Leicester attackers expected to turn in star performances the entire season - all scored in the Foxes' 3-1 victory over 10-man Arsenal.

Showing confidence to play from the back and to keep his discipline intact for the entire season, Otamendi has easily been the most improved player for City this season and is certainly one of the best defenders in the league at the moment. Hats-off to Guadiola's men. "I want to say [to] everyone, enjoy tonight".

Kevin de Bruyne suspects that 100-point total will never be bettered.

"To break that record was awesome", Silva said.

The fact that they have set this record is already an awkward thing for the rest of the league to think about. We had a target.

We have achieved something unique. We found during the process we were winning games.

The fact no Manchester United defender really stood out over the course of the season only further highlights the quality of De Gea. With this feat Salah beat the records of three other global players Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Luis Suarez. "I know you need some luck to score these type of goals but we tried".

Quite where Jurgen Klopp's side would have finished without him is impossible to predict, but it would be reasonable to assume that the Reds would now be heading off on holiday rather than preparing for the Champions League final.

Ideal final [day] of the season, of a very exciting season, a very intense season.

"The Golden Boot went down to the final day, and although Salah looked to be in the driving seat for most of the season, he wasn't in the frame before it started and that left us way ahead".

"He told me that he is happy with what I am doing".

"The last few weeks were really hard for him", Klopp told Sky Sports.