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Breaking News ! For the third time in four seasons, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have clinched Premier League glory - snatching the crown back off Liverpool. Upon his arrival in the Premier League five years ago, Guardiola saw Chelsea win the title under Antonio Conte before propelling City to back-to-back titles. The push for three in a row was halted by Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool last term but City bounced back this year, firing their way to another glory - and they also have the Champions League final to look forward to. Here, we're taking a look at how City's three title-winning sides led by Guardiola have compared. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now This season, City have secured 83 points at the time of writing and, with two games to go, have a tally of 89 as the maximum they can achieve - which would still be the lowest of City's title-winning campaigns under the Catalan boss. In the 2018-19 season, where City went toe-to-toe with Liverpool in a tremendous assault for success, City achieved a final tally of 98 points. In the previous season, City's first title triumph under Guardiola, City set a record of becoming the first side in Premier League history to hit the 100 point mark. In each of those seasons, the advantage over their closest competitors has been varied - 19 points in 2017/18, just a single point the following year and currently 13 points above United. Moving on to goals, City have scored 76 in the league this season, six ahead of United, which is significantly less than the totals from the two previous victorious campaigns. Read More Related Articles Premier League chief vows to prevent clubs joining new Super League Read More Related Articles Manchester United and Man City fans boosted after Premier League verdict on full capacity crowds In 2018-19, City hit a total of 95 goals but their highest tally came in their first title-winning campaign; netting an astonishing 106 goals. Defensively, City have conceded just 29 goals this season, by far the lowest tally in the top-flight. That is two more than the total conceded in the 2017/18 campaign and ahead of the 23 goals that the club conceded in the 2018/19 season. City have kept 18 clean sheets so far this season, which is the same amount as they kept throughout the course of the 2017/18 season.
. Ilkay Gundogan is City's top-scorer in the league this season, netting 12 goals, but the Germany international is way behind in the hunt for the Golden Boot.
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Manchester City have created history by reaching the Champions League final for the first time. Two goals from Riyad Mahrez against Paris Saint-Germain sealed a 4-1 win on aggregate, and City will face Chelsea in the final in Istanbul on May 29. MEN Sport will bring you all the reaction to the historic victory. You can have it all delivered straight to your inbox by signing up to our daily newsletter. Just put your email address in the sign-up box at the top of this article, or simply follow this link. It's free and only takes a few seconds.
Remarkably, City have never had a player win the Golden Boot during a title-winning season under Guardiola. In 2017/18, Aguero was City's top-scorer with 21 goals but Liverpool's Mohamed Salah finished the campaign with 32. The following year, Aguero was again City's leading scorer with 21 goals but the award was shared by Salah, Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - each of whom had 22 goals for the season. Aguero did win the Golden Boot in 2014/15, with Manuel Pellegrini in charge, which is the only time a City player has finished as the Premier League's top-scorer.