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EPL Matchday 34 stats

EPL Matchday 34 stats: Pep makes history with title win, Mourinho loses his record

April 16, 2018 By Ali M.
Man City was officially crowned as champion after Man United's 1-0 West Brom loss. Elsewhere, Salah set another record.

On Sunday, the Premier League race officially ended. Although Man City already had one hand on the title, they were officially crowned as champion over the weekend.

Guardiola’s men beat Tottenham 3-1 on Saturday but had to wait an extra time for the confirmation, which came courtesy of Man United’s shock 1-0 loss at home to West Brom. It was an unexpected result given that the Baggies are in last place in the standings.

Elsewhere, Arsenal’s misery away from home continued. The Gunners lost 2-1 at Newcastle despite taking an early 1-0 lead, leaving them only two points above seventh-placed Burnley. Here are the standout stats from the recent round.

Guardiola won his seventh top-flight title in nine seasons

Pep also added another record

And so did his Man City side

Unfortunately, Mourinho lost this record of his

Arsenal’s abysmal away record in 2018 is alarming

The Gunners’ away run is the worst since…

Salah goes down in Premier League history

But the Egyptian wasn’t the only Liverpool attacker to set a record in the Bournemouth victory

 

 


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