City have sent records tumbling, including notching an incredible 18 successive top-flight wins.
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Manchester City's swaggering march to the title has seen Pep Guardiola's side hailed as one of the finest teams in the Premier League era.Ryan Giggs, who won 13 titles with Manchester United, believes City need to maintain their dominance for several seasons to join the all-time greats.Mourinho used a powerful blueprint to break Arsenal and Manchester United's duopoly, focusing on building a defense that, anchored by John Terry and Ricardo Carvalho, would concede only 15 goals – less than half the number let in by second-placed Arsenal.Arjen Robben and Damien Duff's pace on the wings allowed Chelsea to become a counterattacking force, with midfielders Frank Lampard and Claude Makelele also producing standout campaigns.Beaten just once while winning 29 of their 38 games, Chelsea finished 12 points clear to claim their first top-flight title in 50 years and only the second in the club's history.United were top of the table after 40 of their 42 matches and eventually finished eight points clear of second-placed Blackburn before thrashing Chelsea 4-0 in the FA Cup final.
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