Golden Boot winner Mohamed Salah beat the Premier League record for goals in a 38-match season, scoring 32 to surpass the previous best of 31 jointly held by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez. The Egyptian also added the Premier League EA SPORTS Player of the Season award to his PFA and FWA honours.
Kevin De Bruyne made his 16th Premier League assist of the season in stoppage time of Manchester City's final match, as he teed up Gabriel Jesus for the winner against Southampton, pipping team-mate Leroy Sané to this inaugural award.
Manchester United's David De Gea was awarded the Golden Glove for an impressive 18 clean sheets this season, the first time he has won the accolade.
Pep Guardiola won the Barclays Manager of the Season award after leading his Manchester City side to an incredible title triumph. His peers at the League Managers Association also awarded him their Manager of the Season accolade.
Sofiane Boufal's superb solo effort for Southampton against West Bromwich Albion on 21 October won the Carling Goal of the Season award. Boufal beat five challenges and completed a 60-yard run with a fine finish.
Arsenal's Reiss Nelson was named Premier League 2 Player of the Season, having played a key role in his side's PL2 Division 1 title win. The 18-year-old midfielder also broke into the Arsenal first team, making three Premier League appearances.
100 Manchester City became the first Premier League club to earn 100 points and now hold the record for most wins (32), most goals (106) and best goal difference (+79).
39 Harry Kane broke Alan Shearer's 22-year record for most Premier League goals in a calendar year (2017). Kane also became the second-fastest player to reach 100 Premier League goals, doing so in 141 appearances. Only Shearer has achieved the feat in fewer matches.
200 Wayne Rooney became only the second player to reach 200 Premier League goals. He finished the season with 208.
653 Gareth Barry set a new benchmark for all-time appearances in the Premier League.
1,000 The six ever-present Premier League clubs - Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur - played their 1,000th match on the final day of the season.