Champions Manchester City smash Premier League records

Champions Manchester City smash Premier League records

Although Manchester City have already clinched the league title, there is still much to play for on the last day.

Badou Ndiaye and Peter Crouch scored the goals for Stoke, who will join the Swans in the Championship next season.

There was never much chance of that but City's thrilling season was capped by another piece of individual brilliance, with Gabriel Jesus producing a superb lobbed victor in the 94th minute to spark wild celebrations.

"It was a great day, a happy day, because they celebrated staying in the Premier League", he said.

Their victory on the road at St Mary's also means they have recorded more away wins (16) and collected more away points (50) than any other team, with Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side in 2004-05 the previous record holder.

Victory was not enough to take Liverpool up to third place, which was claimed by Tottenham with a stunning 5-4 win over Leicester in what may be their final game at Wembley before moving to their new stadium at White Hart Lane.

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Added Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson: "Not many people would say we would get to the Champions League final".

Their highest league finish came in 2014-15, under Garry Monk, as they ended the season in eighth. The confirmed teams can be seen, in full, below. The Baggies couldn't stand as firm at Crystal Palace, though, losing 2-0 after second-half goals from Wilfried Zaha and Patrick van Aanholt.

"We showed the kind of football we couldn't show the last few games".

Arsenal finished sixth in the Premier League - the lowest under Wenger, who will stay working.

With a 19-point advantage over United, City outperformed their rivals' 1999-2000 margin of 18 over Arsenal. "I am addicted and I don't think that can be cured", Wenger said.

Pep Guardiola reacted to the team's 106th league goal of the season by leaping out of his seat in the dugout and punching the air. They were frustrated for long spells but, nevertheless, their players were still on the pitch celebrating in front of their fans 20 minutes after the final whistle.

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