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  • Manchester City crowned 2018/19 champions
    Manchester City crowned 2018/19 champions Pep Guardiola's side edged out Liverpool to become the first team to retain the title in a decade
  • Alisson Becker, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19
    Alisson Becker, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19 Alisson kept 21 clean sheets but could not stop Liverpool losing the title to City by a single point
  • Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19
    Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19 Virgil Van Dijk was named EA SPORTS Player of the Season, contributing to 21 clean sheets and scoring 4 goals
  • Andros Townsend, Crystal Palace goal in 2018/19
    Andros Townsend, Crystal Palace goal in 2018/19 In a shock 3-2 victory over Manchester City, Andros Townsend scored the Goal of the Season
  • Raul Jimenez, Wolverhampton Wanderers celebration in 2018/19
    Raul Jimenez, Wolverhampton Wanderers celebration in 2018/19 Newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers surprised the Premier League by finishing seventh, qualifying for the Europa League
  • Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City celebration in 2018/19
    Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City celebration in 2018/19 Riyad Mahrez departed Leicester City to join up with Pep Guardiola at Man City in the summer transfer window
  • Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19
    Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, Liverpool celebration in 2018/19 Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane shared the Golden Boot with Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, scoring 22 goals each over the course of the season.
  • Eden Hazard, Chelsea celebration in 2018/19
    Eden Hazard, Chelsea celebration in 2018/19 Belgian playmaker Eden Hazard assisted 15 times. Contributing to a third-place finish for Chelsea, before a summer transfer to Real Madrid.
  • Shane Long, Southampton celebration in 2018/19
    Shane Long, Southampton celebration in 2018/19 Long scored the fastest ever Premier League goal in Southampton’s 1-1 draw against Watford, with his goal coming just 7.69 seconds into the match.
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, opened in 2018/19
    Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, opened in 2018/19 Tottenham opened their impressive new stadium with a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

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