Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have swept all before them in an incredible Premier League campaign.
And another record tumbled when they claimed a 1-0 victory over Southampton in the final match of the season on Sunday.
The win meant they ended the season having trailed for only 153 minutes in Premier League matches.
This is the fewest by a side in a single Premier League campaign.
It is 17 minutes lower than the 170 minutes that Arsenal spent in losing positions in 1998/99.
Remarkably, despite so few minutes being behind, the Gunners lost out to Manchester United for the title on the final day.
City spent 240 days at the top of the table in 2017/18. This is 56 days more than the 184 days they spent in total in their previous two title-winning campaigns.
In 2013/14, they led for just 15 days and in 2011/12 they were top for 169 days.
City's total of 240 is the sixth most by a Premier League champion, 34 days fewer than the record of 274, set by Chelsea in 2014/15.