Guardiola's team have been focused on rewriting the record books since clinching the English title nearly a month ago and they added one last landmark achievement on the final day of the season.
LIVERPOOL, Mohamed Salah and Manchester City have all registered incredible feats on the final day of the Premier League season. "I didn't know that would happen, they were fantastic", said the Frenchman.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes it will be quite some time before any team beats the 100 points his side reached in the final minute of their triumphant Premier League season.
It is the latest milestone reached by City, which has also claimed the most total wins (32), goals (106), victories in a row (18) and away wins (16) in this record-breaking season.
"Next season will be the same, like (Manchester) United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham".
"The difference of points tell a lot", said Mourinho. "I'm delighted to sign my new contract", Ederson said. The game was so complicated, tough and hot. And in our minds it's already over.
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Arsene Wenger's final game of his 22-season Arsenal career was a victorious one as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's first-half goal gave them a win at Huddersfield.
"The numbers are always a outcome of the way we play". We have finished the way we deserved to finish.
"Nothing changed but it's of course because we scored in the last second". We can not be better in terms of numbers. In our good moments it is not easy to play better football. But this is Guardiola's City. Champions are consistent, they defend well, they win when they are not at their best, they blow teams away and score three, four, five goals regularly, they keep possession well, they use their energy levels efficiently and Man City have done all of those things.
And what a way City made the century mark. They came with no real... Then McCarthy tipped Stones' header over the bar.
City controlled first-half possession but Saints, buoyed by the positivity from the stands, nearly took an early lead with Dutch defender Wesley Hoedt heading against Claudio Bravo's crossbar from a Dusan Tadic corner. Much has been written about the slew of records that have fallen to Pep Guardiola's side this season, and the plaudits will be ringing in the players' ears long after this weekend's final round of games have taken place.
"It's 100 points... still I can not believe it", the Catalan told a post-match news conference.