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Manchester City have enjoyed a phenomenal season, with the club creating memories that supporters will never forget.
Talented boss Pep Guardiola and his squad of superstars have secured a fantastic treble, with Manchester City winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League this season.
They edged past Arsenal in the English top flight, defeated city rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup final, and overcame Italian giants Inter Milan in the Champions League final.
But how exactly have the Manchester outfit achieved this stunning feat?
10 numbers behind Manchester City treble
1st – Continental treble for Manchester City, with the club becoming the eighth European outfit to achieve this feat, and only the second from England after fierce rivals Manchester United completed the treble in 1998/99.
13 – Attempts to clinch success in the European Cup/Champions League, with the 13th time representing a lucky one for the Manchester outfit, having first taken part in the competition in 1968/69.
6th – English club to win the European Cup/Champions League, joining Liverpool (six wins), Manchester United (three), Chelsea and Nottingham Forest (both two) and Aston Villa (one).
60 – Matches played by Manchester City in all competitions this season, with Guardiola’s men winning 44 of those, drawing 10 and losing six, resulting in a win percentage of 73.33%.
1 – Team to go unbeaten against the Manchester outfit this season, with Thomas Frank’s Brentford defeating the blues both home and away in the Premier League.
150 – Goals scored by Manchester City in all competitions this season, the most of any team across Europe’s top five leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1).
+27 – Goal difference for Manchester City in the Champions League, with only Bayern Munich in 2019/20 (+35) and Real Madrid in 2013/14 (+31) boasting better tallies in a Champions League campaign.
100 – Goals scored at the Etihad Stadium by the Citizens, equalling the record they set in 2018/19 for most home goals in all competitions in a season by an English top flight club.
12 – Seconds into the FA Cup final when Ilkay Gundogan scored against Manchester United, the fastest-ever goal scored in the fixture, overtaking Louis Saha’s goal after 25 seconds for Everton against Chelsea in the 2009 final.
4th – In the all-time list for English top flight titles, with City level with Everton on nine, with Manchester United (20), Liverpool (19) and Arsenal (13) all ahead of the Citizens.
Manchester City stars support Haaland
Unsurprisingly, star striker Erling Haaland stole all the headlines when it came to goals scored, with the young Norwegian netting a phenomenal 52 goals in all competitions this season.
He is well ahead of his City teammates, but they at least did their best to help with the goalscoring burden.
Haaland’s deputy Julian Alvarez sits second in the scoring list with 17 goals, closely followed by Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden with 15, with all three players hitting superb tallies despite not always being first choice under Guardiola.
Gundogan hit 11 goals in all competitions, with fellow midfielder Kevin De Bruyne also hitting double figures with 10. Even the club’s defenders chipped in, with John Stones and Nathan Ake both netting three times in all competitions.
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