Manchester City held off Liverpool to win the Premier League title on the final day.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a statistical look back at the season...
Points for champions City.
City's winning run to close the season. They will begin next season just four short of their own record, set between August and December 2017.
Runners-up Liverpool finished with the Premier League's highest points total without winning the title, beating Manchester United's record of 89 set when they finished behind City on goal difference in 2011-12. It was also the third highest total in Premier League history, behind City this season and last.
The winning margin was a solitary point for the fifth time in Premier League history, in addition to City's goal difference success.
The Golden Boot was won with the lowest goal tally since 2010-11 and was shared for the first time since that same season. Reigning winner Mohamed Salah, Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang emulated Dimitar Berbatov and Carlos Tevez, who each scored 20 eight years ago.
Chelsea's Eden Hazard led the league in assists.
Trent Alexander-Arnold shared third place on that list as Liverpool's first-choice full-backs both reached double figures, with Andy Robertson on 11.
Huddersfield were relegated with the third-lowest points tally in Premier League history.
There were a record number of goals for a 38-game Premier League season.
City's Sergio Aguero matched Alan Shearer's record for Premier League hat-tricks, scoring three this season against Huddersfield, Arsenal and Chelsea.
Mike Dean became the first referee to show a century of red cards in the Premier League.
There were only six in-season managerial changes - Fulham (twice), Southampton, Manchester United, Huddersfield and Leicester. That matched the 2009-10 season for the lowest total since the five in 2005-06.