The FIFA Best award is around the corner, we take a look at a phenomenal coach in the Person of Pep Guardiola the coach of Manchester City football club in England, one of the coaches nominated for the category of men’s football coach of the year. In earning his nomination, Pep Guardiola broke lots of premier league records. Let’s take a look at the statistical performance of the Manchester city team coached by Pep Guardiola During the 2017/2018 premier league season.
Is the number of wins recorded away from home by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester city side gaining 50 points while at it. They have recorded one more win above Jose Mourinho’s 2017/2018 Chelsea team that won fifteen (15) games and gathered forty five (45) points. Making Pep Guadiloar’s Manchester city the only team with the highest ever premiership away wins.
17. Phil Foden became the youngest player to receive a winners medal at age 17 under Pep Guardiola’s Manchester city. It was this same Phil Foden that won the golden ball at the FIFA under 17 world cups.
Was the number of points Guardiola’s city bested the other teams in the league, making them the team with the highest point diff between them and second placed team in the EPL. They bested Manchester’s united 1999/2000 team that won with 18 points.
Pep Guardiola’s man City won 20 consecutive wins in all competitions stretching from 26th August to 6th December 2017.
100. The number of points Guardiola’s men finished the 2017/18 Premier League campaign with the most an English top-flight team has registered in one season. The City centurions were also the quickest to reach 100 goals in a Premier League season, which came in a 4-1 win against West Ham with three league games to spare.
106.Pep Guardiola’s City scored 106 goals with a 79+ goal difference. The last time a team came this close was in 2009/2010 season when Chelsea under the tutelage finished with a +71 scoring 103 goals along the way with all these astonishing records, Pep Guardiola is seen as a major contender for the FIFA Best Coach award for 2018.