The usual thing to say about something like a 100-point record is that it will stand for a long time, except that you sense there is every chance City themselves might surpass it next season.
As the graphic shows, this season, Man City accumulated the most points, have won the most games, including away victories and consecutive wins, scored the most goals, have greatest goal difference, and even made a points gap to 2 place. Wow.
Their early season form was frightening with the club picking up 19 wins from a possible 20, the only blip being a 1-1 home draw with Everton.
But it is not just goals that change games.
Brought in from Roma for a fee of €42m, Salah has played a massive role in Liverpool's impressive performance this season.
His first season as City manager ended with the team 15 points adrift of champions Chelsea.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed off after 22 years and 1,235 games in charge with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbing the victor.
A tough semi-final against Championship side Bristol City saw City work to an eventual 5-3 aggregate win which earned them a final against Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.
The victorious squad and manager Pep Guardiola were driven through the streets in an open-top bus to celebrate a historic season filled with record-breaking achievements.
The FA Cup, however, was a different story.
Of course there are detractors who suggest that hitting these kind of numbers is easy when you have the ludicrously generous financial backing of City's owners and perhaps these naysayers have a point.
By far the signing of the season, Liverpool's Egyptian wizard Mohamed Salah absolutely fired up the league, since making his return to England last summer.
After that point, there was no threat from anyone to their eventual Premier League crown.