Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

De Bruyne doubts Manchester City points record will ever be beaten

De Bruyne doubts Manchester City points record will ever be beaten

Midfielder Emre Can's chances of being fit for the Champions League final look remote as the back injury which has kept him out since March has cost him a place in Germany's World Cup squad. Manchester City has been in scintillating form since the start of the season and they were able to set breathtaking new standards in raw statistical domination.

But for most football fans, this side of his game has gone rather unnoticed.

Salah's tally is a record for a 38-game Premier League campaign, eclipsing the previous mark of 31 achieved by Luis Suarez, Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Kane scored twice in the season finale against Leicester City, but in the end he was, even with the controversial aid of the FA changing a Christian Eriksen goal credit to Kane, a move that was much maligned worldwide, still two short.

Sunday marked the end of yet another riveting and record-breaking season of the Premier League.

The Magpies ended the campaign with a 3-0 win over Chelsea and owner Mike Ashley knows how crucial it is for the club to hang on to his services.

The Cityzens also boast of the highest number of players in the Premier Football Association team of the year after having five in the list, with the likes of Kyle Walker, Nicolas Otamendi, Kevin de Bruyne and Sergio Aguero making the cut.

"Seeing all the people who want to join us and have a party is unbelievable", he told Sky Sports.

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"This season has been unbelievable and to finish it off yesterday in the last second to get the 100 points is unbelievable".

Continuing the religious theme: Burnley showed some quick wit when their goalkeeper Nick Pope kept out an effort from Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus in October.

There was also a treat that month for children in champions Manchester City's academy.

Simon is one of ESPN FC's Manchester City bloggers.

Manager Guardiola said now was not the time for looking ahead to see if they could improve on their league performance next term.

Speaking to SSN reporter Ben Ransom, Kompany said: "We had a good season last season but these things take time".

We'll have some good beer, good red wine, and enjoy what we have done.

Promoted under manager Brendan Rodgers in 2011, Swansea finished 11th in their first season back in the top flight.

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