The team led by Pep Guardiola won their seventh title in this tournament, getting closer to the all-time leaders Arsenal.

Goals are the ultimate glory for fans and football teams around the world, and Manchester City have become specialists in scoring thos ever since Pep Guardiola joined them.

The Cityzens managed to win one more title this season thanks to a brace by Ilkay Gündogan, who scored the fastest goal in FA Cup history and a second half goal to give the club one more FA Cup title. Moreover, these goals by the German midfielder capped an epic season for Pep's team in England, with the treble still in sight if they can win the UEFA Champions League.

Going back to the numbers that got them here, Manchester City can now call themselves better goalscorers than almost every team in the Premier League, as they managed to score 150 goals throughout the season with today's goals. Surprisingly enough, this is not the first time for them reaching such a number.

The Sky Blues will try to put the cherry on top of anamazing season next week, when the club makes the trip to Istanbul to face Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League final. In their last trip to the title clash in that tournament, Guardiola's team went blank, but will they manage to change that this time around?