Premier League records rewritten in 2017-18
Manchester City and Mohamed Salah were joined by Arsene Wenger, Harry Kane, Peter Crouch and others in setting new landmarks.
Records tumbled in a historic Premier League season, with Manchester City to the fore.
City rewrote the history books for league champions while the likes of Mohamed Salah, Harry Kane, Gareth Barry and Arsene Wenger also achieved notable feats.
Here, Press Association Sport looks back at the major milestones achieved.
Most points: 100 – Manchester City
The table doesn't lie... 🔥 pic.twitter.com/Zh6rEp55T5— Manchester City (@ManCity) May 13, 2018
Most goals: 106 – Manchester City
Biggest winning margin: 19 points – Manchester City
Best goal difference: +79 – Manchester City
Most wins: 32 – Manchester City
Most consecutive wins: 18 – Manchester City
W x 18 pic.twitter.com/Qg1JHCnNiB— Manchester City (@ManCity) December 27, 2017
Most away wins: 16 – Manchester City
Highest attendance: 83,222 – Tottenham v Arsenal, February 10
Most relegations: 4 – West Brom (equal with Crystal Palace, Norwich, Sunderland and Middlesbrough)
Most goals in a 38-game season: 32 – Mohamed Salah, Liverpool
Most goals in a calendar year: 39 – Harry Kane, Tottenham
Most appearances in a career: 653 – Gareth Barry, West Brom
Most player of the month awards in a season: 3 – Mohamed Salah, Liverpool
Most player of the month awards in a career: 6 – Harry Kane, Tottenham (equal with Steven Gerrard)
Most headed goals in a career: 53 – Peter Crouch, Stoke
Most substitute appearances in a career: 151 – Peter Crouch, Stoke
Most matches: 827 – Arsene Wenger, Arsenal
Most seasons: 22 – Arsene Wenger, Arsenal
Most consecutive Manager of the Month awards: 4 – Pep Guardiola, Manchester City, September to December
Most clubs managed: 7 – Sam Allardyce (Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Everton)