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Is Man City greatest Premier League team ever?

16 May 2018

However, he showed another side in the final 15 minutes as both Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden were brought on - giving each player a fifth appearance of the season to earn a Premier League winners' medal. If they can carry that momentum into the Premier League next season, Liverpool might be best placed of all the chasing pack to challenge City. They amassed 28,242 passes this season. Achieved.

"It was a great day, a happy day, because they celebrated staying in the Premier League", he said. The only thing Arsenal did is not to lose a single game in the entire season which is quite remarkable too. He's always positive, going there and creating good environments in the clubs.

The team were unpredictable and inconsistent during the second half of the campaign and heavy defeats against Everton (4-0) and Leicester City (4-2) left many onlookers wondering if Guardiola had finally been sussed. Salah won the Golden Boot and the Player of the Year titles after an wonderful campaign. "A domestic league will certainly play Tuesday and Wednesday".

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"But for us our big moments of the season when we were in November, December and we were real contenders for the Champions League, but that was because we were doing so well [in the league]".

A gulf between the best and the rest has grown anyway and Arsene Wenger, the departing Arsenal manager, predicted a massive transformation in the coming years.

"When you analyse the numbers, I would say we can't improve the numbers, no".

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The shot-stopper joined City from Benfica for €40m (R587m) at the start of the campaign and played a key role in the Citizens' phenomenal form in the English top-flight this season.

Huddersfield defeated Manchester United for the first time in 65 years in October to seal their place at the top of this list as the most surprising result of the season.

Gabriel Jesus' victor on Sunday was City's 106 goal of the campaign, meaning they have scored an astonishing 2.79 goals per game. It is hardly what global viewers, who long admire the competitiveness and intensity of English football, want to see.

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Is Man City greatest Premier League team ever?