The strike was the Egyptian's 32 league goal of the season, the most scored in a 38-game season in the history of the Premier League.
Man City: Claudio Bravo 5, Danilo 5, John Stones 6, Aymeric Laporte 7, Fabian Delph 6, Kevin De Bruyne 7, Fernandinho 7, Ilkay Gundogan 7, Raheem Sterling 6, Bernardo Silva 7, Leroy Sane 6.
"Premier League. No doubt", he said.
Former Liverpool FC striker Bellamy believes Manchester United's season turned on their derby loss to Manchester City at Old Trafford back in December.
At the other end, West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Swansea were relegated, each of them trying a change of manager but failing to survive as all three promoted sides - Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield - avoided the immediate drop back into the Championship.
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ZTE added that the company continues to communicate with the USA government with the goal of modifying or reversing the order. The firm suspended operations earlier this month after U.S. authorities banned American companies from supplying to it.
Pep Guardiola's record-breaking side looked like missing out on an historic win on the south coast before substitute Jesus lobbed home to secure a 1-0 success with nearly the final kick of the game.
"Numbers are numbers, but I think the way we played".
As reported by Sportsmail final week, City are looking to seal a £110m double swoop for Napoli midfielder Jorginho and Riyad Mahrez, whereas they've additionally been linked with Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha.
"We have the most points ever and with the competition you have with all the big teams it is very tough".
Burnley finished a remarkable seventh given their relative lack of financial spending power, behind Chelsea, whose title defence never really got going, and Arsenal, who will now wave goodbye to Wenger after 22 years in charge.
"From that moment, not just United supporters but the players knew that City were way ahead of them". When I was a little boy I always say England was a little bit like a paradise. "Having joined on an initial six-year deal last summer, the player has now extended his stay by a further two years".