Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has stated that it will be hard to break his side's 100 points achievement. "A lot of goals, concede few, lots of points, wins at home, wins away, everything was flawless this season - and finished the way we deserved to finish", Guardiola said. In 2015 Chelsea had won the league under Jose Mourinho with 87 points, only to slump to 50 points the following season.
That goal led to more records being broken and remade on top of the many already set this season.
"We need more consistency to challenge and a little bit more luck with injuries", said Klopp on Sunday. We had a target.
A fantastic shot-stopper who's equally as good with his feet as with his hands, Ederson's unique style of goalkeeping has made him a flawless fit for Pep Guardiola's record breaking City team.
The Egyptian was stuck on 31 goals alongside Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez before burying a left-foot chance past Mat Ryan to take his season tally to 32 in the league.
Asked if he would welcome Southampton moving quickly to secure a new long-term boss, replied: "I think it's important for the club that they do that".
Most consecutive Premier League Manager of the Month awards: Guardiola equalled Conte's record of three successive manager-of-the-month awards after a ideal November and then went one better when he won the award for a fourth time in December. Achieved. "100 points is a massive achievement". We were together so good, all the staff, Mikel.
Arsenal are set for the biggest change of all as after 22 years in charge, Arsene Wenger has stepped aside as manager. It's about dominating games and expressing their own potential, and, mentally, creative football is less draining than the super-defensive school of winning by tight margins.
"When you analyse the numbers, I would say we can't improve the numbers, no".
The stunning form of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang since completing a club record move in January does offer a glimmer of hope.