"Manchester City have put out a brilliant statement this year". City went two better with their 32 perfectly split between 16 home and away wins.
A fantastic shot-stopper who's equally as good with his feet as with his hands, Ederson's unique style of goalkeeping has made him a flawless fit for Pep Guardiola's record breaking City team. It's a record that will stay long. "Probably around October-November when we starting winning a lot of games in a row, we realised we had a fantastic team and we thought we could do something special", Silva said. "I get the assists and I look good".
"We had to play for something".
City became the first team in English top-flight history to reach 100 points thanks to Gabriel Jesus' injury-time victor on the final day of the season.
100 - City passed Chelsea's previous Premier League best of 95 points by beating Brighton and Hove Albion 3-1 in their penultimate match.
City finished the season with 106, scoring at a rate of more than 2.8 per match.
The final games of the 2017-18 season will go down in memory lane for its record-breaking feats in the history of the Premier League. City beat that with a final goal difference of +79.
Salah who has scored 33 goals in 57 appearances for his country including a crucial double in the win that clinched Egypt's spot in the World Cup.
"Can we close that gap in one season with a very hard market, an absolutely hard market?" "What we have done this season, for all the staff, Mikel, his contribution, was outstanding, amazing. We are delighted to share what we have done together". "I felt it was a bit hard on us", said Hughes. I want to say thank you to the fans, my team-mates, the staff, club and especially to the manager for understanding my situation. The first qualifying round, which will involve Celtic, also overlaps with the World Cup, though the play-off proper is not until the end of August.
But that was not the only record they were chasing.
"Then we'll try to come back stronger than this season", added the 47-year-old Spaniard.
The rule only affects players bought by a Premier League club - and teams in England will still be allowed to sell players to other leagues in which the transfer window is open.