Manchester City is the best Premier League team ever

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Pep Guardiola's men smashed the record for most points and most goals scoring in a Premier League season, 100 and 106 respectively, as they comprehensively cruised to the title.

But this was also the season when City's goal difference was about three times the number of goals scored by Huddersfield (28), and when the runaway champions frequently came across opponents who were in damage-limitation mode from kickoff.

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson Moraes has signed a two-year contract extension, tying him to the Premier League champions until 2025.

Only record goalscorer, Argentinian Sergio Aguero, who is undergoing treatment back home on a knee injury to try and get fit for the World Cup finals, and Spanish forward David Silva - with his young child in Spain - were absent.

"I really respect him a lot and I'm sure we are going to do something special for the club this year to end it".

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"For sure we will do that you can imagine, we need more players here and there", he said.

It didn't tell us much we didn't already know, however, with Swansea's fate being mathematically confirmed as they joined West Brom and Stoke in heading to the Championship. Guardiola's team bettered the Arsenal invincible that went 49 games unbeaten and the Manchester United team that won the Premier League title twice and also better that Carlo Ancelotti's Chelsea machine that won also won the Premier League. "So if he stays, I will be (the) happiest guy in the world", the 47-year-old said.

"So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you?' People want to watch quality".

Defining moment: The 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in November which ultimately signaled the end of the Foxes' poor start to the season and saw them start a four-game winning run and leave the relegation battle in the rearview mirror.

The Spaniard, who has a year left on his contract, has been critical of Newcastle's poor transfer dealings throughout the season, but Ashley has promised to "ensure that every penny generated by the club is available to him" next term. The Clarets' defence caught the eye as they conceded just 39 goals in 38 games - sixth best in the league.

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