0 - none of last season's three promoted teams were relegated, only the third time in Premier League history that all three newcomers have survived.
The game appeared to heading for an uneventful draw but, six years to the day since Sergio Aguero's dramatic victor against QPR, Jesus found space in the final moments to lift the ball over McCarthy and spark mayhem among the travelling fans.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has stated that it will be hard to break his side's 100 points achievement.
Fittingly, it was Salah who guided Liverpool back into the Champions League and he ended a sun-kissed afternoon at Anfield lifting the Golden Boot for being the Premier League's top scorer this season.
106 - their goals tally is also a record, beating Chelsea's 2009-10 tally of 103.
"I want to win everything we can, all of the competitions", he continued.
"City have been incredible this season, they thoroughly deserve it but next year we want to be closer to them and who knows, we could win it".
39 - the early stages of the season saw Kane complete a record for goals in a calendar year.
John Stones just failed to get on the end of De Bruyne's teasing free-kick four minutes into the second period, which City began in the manner of a team stung by some sharp words from their manager.
Andy King gave them faint hope that was possible during a strong start, but Badou Ndiaye and Peter Crouch put Stoke ahead before half-time.
"It was an emotional day", Swansea defender Angel Rangel said.
Jenkins was conspicuous by his absence from his customary seat in the directors' box, but that did not prevent Swansea supporters urging Jenkins to "get out of our club" from the first minute. That position went to West Bromwich Albion, which lost 2-0 at Crystal Palace.
"I will not say just Liverpool [will challenge] but it's still true". "We knew it was impossible to stay up". I need time to think, talk with my family and friends, we will talk again and then take a decision.
As Jesus whipped off his shirt, wheeling away before being mobbed by his team-mates, Pep Guardiola, his manager, punched the air with both fists before half of his technical area emptied towards the delirious away support.
City are due to celebrate their title success with an open-top bus parade through the streets of Manchester on Monday.
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