The Premier League will wrap up its season this weekend, and if we're lucky, we'll get a final matchday full of drama and excitement that will live up to what has been, quite possibly, the most thrilling title race in the history of the league.
City started the day a point ahead of closest challengers Liverpool but their grasp on the title threatened to slip completely as Brighton took a surprise lead at the Amex Stadium while Sadio Mane's first goal at Anfield had put Liverpool briefly on course for a first English title since 1990.
They have, however, failed to advance beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League under the Spaniard, meaning it is the only arena in which his City side are still to prove themselves as the top level - and won't be able to for the foreseeable if there is any truth in the latest developments.
Despite suffering just one defeat all season, Liverpool's 29-year wait for a league title goes on.
Manchester City, which is backed by Sheikh Mansour and the royal family of Abu Dhabi, captured its second consecutive Premier League title this season and outlasted Liverpool to secure the trophy on the campaign's final matchday. "We take a lot of things with us, we will take this on, and hopefully we can challenge next year and do even better". "I thought I was unlucky in the last season in Serie A because we arrived in second place with 91 points, so now I can understand very well the feeling of Klopp".
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has been filmed singing a brilliant chant about Virgil van Dijk on stage in front of a crowd of supporters, in the aftermath of an enthralling Premier League season. "Everything else is forgotten about", Robertson said.
"There have been ups and not many downs".
'Ninety-seven points wins every single league apart from last season so if we do that again we will keep knocking on the door and we won't be far off it.
Members of UEFA's financial control board will now meet to discuss what punishment the club should face if they are found guilty of breaking the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules that came into effect in 2011 but have often been ridiculed for their seemingly minimal impact on clubs' spending in recent years.
The 48-year-old has lost just 68 matches in 623 games, and his teams have scored 1,487 goals in those matches; an average of 2.57 goals per game.
"I don't think they need to pick themselves up", Cox told Press Association Sport.