After a 4-1 victory at Brighton yesterday, Machester City remains the premier league champions consecutively second time in a row
City have managed 32 in 38 games so far, which eclipses the 30 Chelsea registered in 2016-17 and equals the all-time English top-flight record Tottenham’s double-winning side secured in 1960-61.
It also equals our Club record of 32 wins in a single season, which we managed under Kevin Keegan in 2001-02 in a 46-game campaign in the second tier of English football.
It means City are the first side in a decade to win successive titles having won the trophy last year with a record 100 points.
City finish the 2018-19 with a remarkable 98 points – just one ahead of Liverpool in second – meaning we have dropped just 30 points in two years of Premier League football.
Cityzens still have another chance at winning another title this season, the FA Cup finals on the 18th against Watford.