The 2018/19 Premier League was a record-breaking campaign in many ways.
From the fastest goal scored to an unprecedented assists total for a defender, take a look at some of the biggest achievements of clubs and players this season.
Aged 16 years and 30 days, Harvey Elliott became the youngest PL player when he featured against Wolverhampton Wanderers in May, breaking the record of 16 years and 68 days held by Matthew Briggs, also of Fulham, in May 2007.
Manchester City won 32 PL matches, equalling their own record from 2017/18 for most victories in a single campaign.
Man City and Liverpool earned a combined 195 points, the most by the top two clubs at the end of a top-flight season.
Trent Alexander-Arnold set up 12 goals for Liverpool, the most assists by a defender in a single PL season, eclipsing the 11 set by his team-mate Andrew Robertson, as well as Leighton Baines and Andy Hinchcliffe.
The 1,072 goals made 2018/19 the highest-scoring 20-team PL season. Christian Eriksen's strike for Tottenham Hotspur against Everton took the tally past the 1,066 scored in 2011/12, while Eddie Nketiah's goal for Arsenal at Burnley in the fourth minute of stoppage time was the last.
Bruno’s assist for Glenn Murray for Brighton & Hove Albion against Wolves in October was the oldest combined age of players involved in a goal. The pair totalled 73 years and 57 days at the time of the goal.
Tottenham Hotspur set a record of going 28 matches without a draw from the start of the season. They also became the only team to go a whole campaign without drawing away.
The 2018/19 season featured a higher ratio of away wins than in any previous campaign, at 34 per cent.
The 71 draws from the 380 matches were the fewest in Premier League history.