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Manchester City enjoyed a stunning 2017/18 Premier League season, breaking countless records as they clinched their fifth top-flight title in their history.

Guardiola's team have been focused on rewriting the record books since clinching the English title nearly a month ago and they added one last landmark achievement on the final day of the season.

Huddersfield v Arsenal, Swansea v Stoke. "Wins at home, wins away - everything was ideal this season and we finished the way we deserved to finish".

The Premier League 2017/18 season is done, dusted, and in the books.

Man City reached 100 points on Sunday in a final day victory over Southampton thanks to a late Gabriel Jesus strike, their 106th goal of the season.

Manchester City have broken the record for biggest title-winning margin in a Premier League season (19 points).

The key to a good year is usually putting on good displays in front of your home crowd, but which teams were able to turn their stadiums into a fortress, and which side need to give their supporters something to cheer about next season.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola claimed the double after he was crowned the League Manager's Association (LMA) Manager of the Year and the Premier League Manager of the Season.

18 of those wins came successively, in a run spanning from August until the end of December, another record taken from the previous champions.

City's 100 points make them one of very few clubs to win as many points in Europe's top five leagues, according to UEFA.

"I don't usually win awards because it's the fellow managers who vote for it", Guardiola added.

Phil Foden is the youngest player to receive a Premier League winner's medal.

City are due to celebrate their title success on Monday with an open-top bus parade through the streets of Manchester.

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