The 2018/19 English Premier League season has gone but there were records broken in a campaign that saw Manchester City pip Liverpool to the title.
From the youngest-ever Premier League player to the fastest goal in history, EPL gave the records broken in the season.
Oldest goalscorer combination
Bruno’s assist for Glenn Murray for Brighton against Wolves in October was the oldest assister to scorer combination in PL history, aged 73 years and 57 days.
Sessegnon ushers in new age
When he netted against Cardiff City in October, Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon became the first player born in or after the year 2000 to score a PL goal.
Age just a number for the oldest manager
Crystal Palace’s Roy Hodgson became the oldest manager to take charge of a PL match. He was aged 71 years and 276 days when his side put five past AFC Bournemouth on the final day.
Solskjaer makes Man Utd history
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the first Manchester United manager in history to win his first six league matches in charge of the club.
Most exclusive assists
All five of Diogo Jota’s assists have been for Wolves team-mate Raul Jimenez, the most assists exclusively by one player for another.
Long’s fastest goal
Southampton’s Shane Long scored the fastest goal in PL history, netting after just 7.69 seconds against Watford in April.
Aged 16 years and 30 days, Harvey Elliott became the youngest PL player when he featured against Wolves in May, breaking the record previously held by Matthew Briggs, also of Fulham, in May 2007 (16y 68d).
Most assists by a defender
Trent Alexander-Arnold set up 12 goals for Liverpool, the most assists by a defender in a single PL season.