Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Premier League stats: Gabriel Jesus, Man City, Wenger, Kane, Liverpool

Premier League stats: Gabriel Jesus, Man City, Wenger, Kane, Liverpool

Wins over Bournemouth and fellow strugglers Swansea City put survival within touching distance and Southampton's top-flight status was confirmed on Sunday despite a last-gasp 1-0 defeat against champions Manchester City.

Ederson will surely now be looking to add to his medal collection by helping City retain the Premier League, with next season's Champions League trophy also on his mind.

As the graphic shows, this season, Man City accumulated the most points, have won the most games, including away victories and consecutive wins, scored the most goals, have greatest goal difference, and even made a points gap to 2 place. Wow.

And now Sky Sports have captured Pep Guardiola side's dominance on English football this season with a brilliant info-graphic, highlighting all the records that the side have broken this season.

Worryingly for the competition, though, City now have a young squad capable of dominating for years to come. "Can we close that gap in one season with a very hard market?"

A state-of-the-art new 62,000 capacity stadium awaits Tottenham next season, but there isn't much time to settle in with the pressure on to turn four years of progress under Mauricio Pochettino into silverware. "We need to build again".

Warding off interest that is sure to come for Mohamed Salah after a remarkable 44-goal season is paramount if Liverpool are to challenge for the title next season.

"I think [Virgil] van Dijk has helped them a lot to be more consistent in the defensive department, especially in the box, and (there is) the quality up front and the quality in the way they play". Chelsea is off to the Europa League, and in poor form ahead of next week's FA Cup Final against Manchester United.

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

Since the highest goal scorer and the keeper with the highest number of clean sheets are given the golden boot and golden glove at the end of each season.

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