The 2017/18 season is at an end with Manchester City tearing up the record books.
With a 19-point advantage over United, City outperformed their rivals' 1999-2000 margin of 18 over Arsenal.
Pep Guardiola even sprinted down the touchline to celebrate.
"Okay, we are 25 points in front so it's hard to say he was hard (to play against) in the end - but he was because they beat us". "Now we are going to change some details...one, maybe two (signings)". "It's a massive one, but now I am really looking forward to it".
Despite having a typically large share of the possession in the first half, City struggled to break down Southampton's organised defence and rarely troubled Alex McCarthy in goal.
Hughes' side had all but confirmed their Premier League status for next season ahead of the match following their midweek victory at Swansea, but came agonisingly close to rounding their campaign off with an impressive draw against the champions only for Brazil worldwide Jesus to score with virtually the last kick of the game.
"The difference of points tell a lot", said Mourinho.
And they ensured a remarkable season would end on a high as Sunday's sensational climax ensured those figures became 100, 106 and 32 respectively.
- After 118 years at White Hart Lane, Tottenham spent the season at Wembley while their new ground was built.
Bangabandhu-1 satellite on its way to orbit after launch into space
Though this was the first landing for a Block 5 first stage, it was the 25th overall for a Falcon 9 during an orbital launch. The Falcon Heavy successfully launched in February, and the Block 5 landed well today.
The fact that they have set this record is already an awkward thing for the rest of the league to think about.
The financial pressures of building the stadium at a reported £1 billion cost could also hamper Pochettino's progress, although a third consecutive season of Champions League football should ease some of the burden.
Like a hidden album track on a gold disc, Manchester City waited until the 94th minute of the 38th game in a season of parameter-pushing to give their fans something extra. Clearly we needed to do something different so we changed the shape, changed personnel and we chose to get on the front foot and start creating a little bit more. It's why he has offered a significant upgrade over last season's starter, Claudio Bravo.
However, with Russian oligarch owner Roman Abramovich no longer able to simply outspend the competition, Chelsea are at a crossroads.
After losing their first clash of the season 5-0 last September, Liverpool won their next three contests against City - 4-3 in the EPL and 3-0 and 2-1 in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Despite finishing 37 points adrift of City in sixth, Wenger is bullish about the squad he has left behind's chances of challenging next season.
The former England man wrote in his Daily Mirror column: "What if this campaign is as good as it gets from Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane?"
The stunning form of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang since completing a club record move in January does offer a glimmer of hope.