In the Premier League, from the moment Salah found the net on his debut, he proved nearly impossible to stop. And the 2017/2018 season has proven this again. His season across all competitions has seen him score 12 goals and provide 21 assists in 52 games.

While most of the positions were secured there was no complacency.

"We know they have so much quality".

Their early season form was frightening with the club picking up 19 wins from a possible 20, the only blip being a 1-1 home draw with Everton.

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Check out the rest of the celebrations below, which after travelling through Manchester city centre, the players and the manager were presented on stage in glorious sunshine. This is the reason they are runway leaders with a total of 100 points in their 38 matches. "Mo has done great this year", Kane said.

While Salah claimed all the headlines this season, Firmino has quietly provided nearly 30 goals in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp's men.

Manchester City have enjoyed a truly spectacular season, winning the Premier League easily and capping it off on the final day of the season with a win against Southampton that made them the first team in history to reach 100 points. The Reds will feature in the Champions League next season. LFC has really come alive this season and if Jurgen Klopp and his men keep up the momentum next season will be even more thrilling.

Swansea fans channeled their anger toward chairman Huw Jenkins and the club's American majority shareholders, Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien, after the team's relegation was confirmed with a loss to a team that started the day in last place. That position went to West Bromwich Albion, which lost 2-0 at Crystal Palace. City won the title quite comfortably and sent records tumbling in the process - just about the only one they didn't manage to either equal or break was Arsenal's unbeaten season. Their decline to the seventh position after Ferguson's final season in charge was down to their disjointed midfield and sketchy defensive unit.