Manchester City broke seven more Premier League records today

Huddersfield Town players throw manager David Wagner in the air

Huddersfield's squad celebrate survival Credit Reuters

Pep Guardiola's Sky Blues recorded 32 victories in the league this season. 32!

Gabriel Jesus struck with virtually the last kick at St Mary's to take City to the century mark in suitably dramatic fashion.

The Brazil worldwide joined Pep Guardiola's side from Benfica for £35million last June and, in stark contrast to Claudio Bravo's errant efforts between the posts in 2016-17, the 24-year-old quickly established himself as a pivotal figure in City's dominant title charge.

The home club presented the Frenchman with a special shirt in celebration and, thankfully, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored to end Arsenal's woeful away run that had left them without a win all year. Chelsea's 95 points in 2004-05 was the previous best. We didn't play 38 games perfectly, but a lot of them we were so good, and most of the time we were better than our opponents. "It was an awesome finish from Gabriel". If City can walk the title with 100 points - scoring a goal a game more than the team in second place - then this supposed competitiveness has been exposed as a mere marketing conceit.

After a rather underwhelming first season, everything seems to have clicked for the Spaniard, with City playing some of the most clinical and cultured football ever seen in the Premier League.

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"I thought we put in a fantastic, professional performance, which is what I demanded before the game and credit to the guys".

"Every game you have to try and be better than your opponent - that's the only thing".

Ederson has played a key part in the Citizens' record-breaking Premier League title success, keeping 16 clean sheets in his 36 outings.

The final-day "miracle" that Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal required did not happen, with the Welsh club losing 2-1 to Stoke to end its seven-year stay in the league and ensure Southampton stayed up.

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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