Liverpool into Champions League, Man City reaches 100 points

Klopp Promoted managers could challenge Guardiola for Premier League award

Rafael Benitez Chris Hughton and David Wagner could challenge Pep Guardiola for the Premier League's managerial award says Jurgen

Gabriel Jesus' stoppage time victor - man, does this club play to the final season's whistle - made sure Man City added "first 100-point club" to its list of incredible accomplishments.

Guardiola's formidable City side set new records for points gained, goals scored and games won in a Premier League campaign by beating Brighton 3-1 on Wednesday evening.

In a game Swansea needed to win and hope Southampton were thrashed by Manchester City - with a 10-goal swing in the Swans' favour - to keep alive their faint hopes of staying up, the hosts took an early lead through Andy King. "It's incredible, I don't have words, 100 points!" "In the Premier League 100 points is a massive achievement".

A fantastic shot-stopper who's equally as good with his feet as with his hands, Ederson's unique style of goalkeeping has made him a ideal fit for Pep Guardiola's record breaking City team.

"There were two scenarios - if we went down or stayed up".

Liverpool are set to play the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 26 in Kiev.

"I think [Virgil] van Dijk has helped them a lot to be more consistent in the defensive department, especially in the box, and (there is) the quality up front and the quality in the way they play". "I speak to the owners and they ask me to work next season even if we do not know what will happen".

A sensational run to the Champions League final, including a 5-1 quarter-final humiliation of City, has proven Liverpool's ability to beating anyone on their day under Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool ended up in fourth place for the second straight season.

Arsenal, whose head coach Arsene Wenger bid farewell to fans after 22 years in charge of capital club, bested Huddersfield Town 1-0, while Bournemouth came from behind to beat seventh-placed Burnley 2-1.

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea won the EPL golden glove this season, with the Spaniard receiving the award ahead of the match.

What a way to end a season.

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