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Top stats from EPL Matchday 38 as Man City is crowned champion in final round

May 13, 2019 By Ali M.
Liverpool, meanwhile, suffered heartbreak despite their record-breaking campaign as they narrowly missed out on the league title.

The 2018/19 Premier League season has come to an end. In what was one of the most exciting campaigns in the English top-flight's recent history, Man City beat Liverpool to the title on the final day.

The Citizens' 4-1 win over Brighton in Matchday 38 was enough to see them win back-to-back titles. Klopp's men beat Wolves 2-0 but that victory wasn't enough to end their long wait for a Premier League crown.

Elsewhere, Arsenal ended their awful winless streak by beating Burnley 3-1, but that result was enough for them to break into the top four. Those slots went to Chelsea and Tottenham, with the London giants drawing on Sunday. Man United, meanwhile, suffered embarrassment, losing 2-0 at home to the relegated Cardiff. Here are the standout stats from the final round of the Premier League.

All the key stats from Man City's title success

Man City has been crowned the kings of England once more. The victory over Brighton means the title remained in Manchester, with the Citizens registering a number of impressive stats along the way.

Firstly, this was their sixth English top-flight win and their fourth Premier League title since it's inception in 1992 -- only Man United (13) and Chelsea (5) have more. They are also the first team to retain the title since the Red Devils won three successive titles from 06/07 to 08/09.

Liverpool miss out but make history nonetheless

Klopp's men finished the season with a whopping 97 points. That tally would have been enough to win the title in all but one of the previous 26 Premier League seasons. Furthermore, no side in top-flight history has won 30 games, picked up 97 points, and lost only one game yet still miss out on the domestic league. This means the Reds are the best second-placed team in history.

Man United continue to struggle even with Ole at the wheel

Completing the season with 66 points, Man United has finished a whopping 32 points behind the Premier League champion. This is a worse gap than when they got relegated back in 1973/74. This all points to hard times for Ole, as his men have won only once in their last nine games in all competitions.

Golden Boot history made

For the first time in Premier League history, three African players shared the Golden Boot award. This feat was reached by Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who all finished the season with 22 goals each.

Who was this season's Assist King?

That title goes to Eden Hazard thanks to his 15 assists. He narrowly edged out Ryan Fraser, who had 14 under his belt.

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