Salah scoops Premier League's Player of the Year prize

Paul Pogba scored the 2-1 win over Arsenal

Paul Pogba scored the 2-1 win over Arsenal

However, all eyes were at the top to confirm who would secure the final Champions League ticket between Liverpool and Chelsea.

There were a handful of high-profile transfers that occurred only after the Premier League season started, such as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's move to Liverpool from Arsenal as well as Tottenham's deadline day scoop of Fernando Llorente - as well as Chelsea's last-minute deals for Danny Drinkwater and Davide Zappacosta. "It's massive. One hundred points is magnificent", Guardiola, pictured, said.

Gabriel Jesus' goal deep into stoppage time at Southampton gave Manchester City a 1-0 final-day win and brought up another landmark in the Premier League champions' incredible season.

Marcus Rashford scored his first goal since March for United's victor, whilst Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane both struck twice at Wembley as Tottenham came from 3-1 down to beat Leicester 5-4 and hold off Liverpool to finish third.

Kane's England team-mate Jamie Vardy scored two of Leicester's four goals. "Except the guys who go to the World Cup, time to rest, enjoy the summer and prepare well for the next season".

Arsenal finally earned their first away points of 2018 at the eighth attempt as they beat Huddersfield 1-0 in the last match of Arsene Wenger's 22-year tenure as manager.

Hughes saluted what he said was "a huge effort by everyone" in ensuring Saints' safety which looked seriously in doubt until their 1-0 win at Swansea in midweek.

"We are going to celebrate with our fans at the parade tomorrow and after that, holidays and I will see the World Cup at home".

Gabriel Jesus's injury-time victor at Southampton took City into territory that was previously uncharted: they became the centurions, the three-digit team, the first to reach triple figures in a season in English top-flight history.

Mohamed Salah opened the scoring with his 32nd of the campaign - the most by a player in a 38-game Premier League season.

He pinpointed two triumphs in that run as the most significant of the 32 league wins City amassed.

Another Chelsea record to fall was the 103 goals amassed by Carlo Ancelotti's 2009/2010 title winners as City's free-scoring season took them to 106 at an average of almost 2.8 a game.

Their achievement is magnified when you realise that City have dropped just 14 points across six games since August. Chelsea's 95 points in 2004-05 was the previous best.

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