Pep Guardiola wins manager of the year award

Brighton vs Man City shapes

City pipped the Reds by a point to claim the Premier League title, finishing on 98 points after Sunday's win over Brighton.

"It would be really sad if we finish the season without a title, especially because I think we were quite consistent this season and we did so good". Manchester won both matches.

"We had an unbelievable season".

They sang about Liverpool's Champions League final loss a year ago, Vincent Kompany injuring Mohamed Salah and saying they were "battered in the streets".

"Hopefully there's one good performance left in me this season, then I'll rest and then be fully concentrated on trying to put in the same performances next season and get the same kind of results".

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European football's governing body UEFA and the Premier League launched an investigation this year after allegations made in German magazine Der Spiegel that the club broke Financial Fair Play rules.

In addition to an historic treble being on the horizon for City, Guardiola's charges could also become only the fourth English team to win multiple trophies in back-to-back seasons, according to FourFourTwo.

Unfortunately for the Guinea worldwide his goal was just a second shy of equalling an all-time club record, set by Paul Walsh against West Ham in 1984.

Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game against Wolves at Anfield.

That is an incredible 23 assists from the two full-backs, showing just how important the buccaneering defenders are to Klopp and his high-octane pressing system.

This term has been a totally different campaign, with City digging deep to see off the relentless challenge of Liverpool, who have lost just one Premier League game all season.

Here you will find all the latest videos from Manchester City, including, all Premier League goals, highlights, behind-the-scenes footage, training and much more. The previous record was set by Javier Mascherano (15). It has also been mooted that Manchester United, who finished sixth in the Premier League, could even be promoted from their allotted spot in the Europa League.

Graham Potter, the Swansea manager, is now odds on to become Brighton manager after his first season in English football came to a close.