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Manchester City Premier League Champions, by the Numbers

Let’s see what some of the records and numbers behind this incredible achievement.

Manchester City Fans - Etihad Stadium Photo by Peter Byrne/PA Images via Getty Images

Manchester City are 20/21 Premier League Champions. Pep Guardiola and his men have claimed a third Premier League title in four years.

One huge one that comes to mind is the incredible start of 2021. One where City establish a new Premier League record for the longest sequence of wins from the start of a calendar year thanks to the 13 league victories racked up between January 3 and March 2 of this year.

That was in between another quite remarkable run of 21 consecutive wins in all competitions between December and March which saw City establish another new English topflight record. Records everywhere.

City also achieved a phenomenal comeback as they are the first team in the history of the Premier League to be as low as eighth on Christmas Day and then go on to win the title.

Then came the perfect month. Notably, being the English first by winning all nine competitive fixtures in January. That was the most by a team in the top four tiers of English football in a single month since the formation of the Football League in 1888.

Winning away also became a staple of this season’s winning. With an impressive 2-0 Premier League victory at Crystal Palace made it 19 consecutive away wins across all competitions this term, just another English top-flight record.

Just an amazing season of resilience, smart management and winning by all means.

Congratulations to Manchester City’s fans, players and staff!