Manchester City are being hailed as one of the greatest Premier League sides after Pep Guardiola landed his first title in England.
City have the most points of any side after 33 games (87: W28, D3, L2) and have the opportunity to write their name in Premier League history by breaking some of its records.
Here are 11 records that City could (and some cases, already have) set by the end of the season.
Biggest title-winning margin: Manchester United won the 1999-2000 season by 18 points from Arsenal. City currently have a 16-point gap over United with five matches remaining. Possibility: 8/10
Earliest title success: United’s 2000-01 team held the record, winning the league with five games remaining. City have now equalled that record after United’s shock home defeat to West Brom. Possibility: Already achieved.
Most points: A long time before Jose Mourinho gained his reputation for defensive tactics, he guided Chelsea to 95 points in 2004-05 at a rate of exactly 2.5 points per game. City have 87 points from 33 matches so far — averaging around 2.6 points per game — and need nine from their last five. Possibility: 9/10
Most goals: Carlo Ancelotti was in charge of Chelsea when they scored 103 goals at a rate of just over 2.7 goals per game. City have 93 goals from 33 matches at a rate of more than 2.8 per match. Possibility: 8/10
Most wins: Antonio Conte’s Chelsea set the record only last year when they won 30 of their 38 games; a winning percentage of 79 percent. City have won 28 of their 33 games at a rate of 85 percent. Three wins from their last five matches would set a new record. Possibility: 9/10
Most consecutive wins: Arsenal (2001-02) and Chelsea (2016-17) held the record with 13 straight victories but City moved passed that with their derby day win at Old Trafford on Dec. 10 before extending the record to 18 matches. Possibility: Already achieved.
Most away wins: Mourinho guided Chelsea to 15 victories from 19 matches in 2004-05. City have won 14 of their 17 away games so far this season but must win their last two — at West Ham and Southampton — to set a new record. Possibility: 7/10
Best goal difference: Chelsea won the 2009-10 on the final game of the season when an 8-0 victory over Wigan Athletic gave them a goal difference of +71. City are currently on +68 and should expect to get past Chelsea’s record. Possibility: 9/10
Highest average possession: Possession statistics only go back as far as the 2010-11 season. Guardiola’s City set the record last season with an average 64 percent possession per match but they are set to smash that this season with their average possession currently standing at 71.3 percent. Possibility: 9/10
Most passes: Again the statistics only go back to 2010-11 and again Guardiola’s City set the record during his first season with 20,506 completed passes at an average 84 percent completion. They have already amassed 21,531 passes this season. Possibility: Already achieved.
Most consecutive Premier League Manager of the Month awards: Guardiola equalled Conte’s record of three successive manager of the month awards after a perfect November and then went one better when he won the award for a fourth time in December. Possibility: Already achieved.
Most Premier League assists: Thierry Henry set the record for Arsenal in 2002-03 with 20 assists, but Kevin De Bruyne is putting the record under pressure; he has 15 with five games remaining. Possibility: 6/10
Jonathan is ESPN FC’s Manchester City correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @jonnysmiffy.