It was a 2015/16 season of ups and downs for City at home and on the continent.
There were a number of precedents, records and milestones in the campaign – here’s a look at some of some of the most eye-catching.
0 – City didn’t receive a single red card all season.
1.87 – Average number of goals scored per game by City in 15/16.
3 – The Capital One Cup victory in March was the third major trophy won by Manuel Pellegrini.
4 – Number of Etihad Player of the Month awards won by Kevin De Bruyne – the most by any player in a single season.
5 – The number of goals Sergio Aguero scored against Newcastle – the most a City player has scored in a single Premier League game.
7 – Longest Premier League unbeaten streak in the season.
9 – City scored more goals against Bournemouth than anyone else, hitting the back of the Cherries net nine times.
10.6km – Kelechi Iheanacho covered more ground per 90 than any City other player this season.
11 – City set a new club record for consecutive victories on 12 September with the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
14 – Goals Kelechi Iheanacho scored in his breakthrough season.
14 – Yellow cards received by Nicolas Otamendi – the most of any City player.
29 – The number of goals top-scorer Sergio Aguero netted in all competitions.
31 – Number of goals Kevin De Bruyne has been directly involved with (16 goals, 15 assists).
38% – Percentage of games Joe Hart kept clean sheets in throughout the 2015/16 season.
52 – Jesus Navas played more games than any other City player.
59.9% – winning percentage in 167 games Manuel Pellegrini has managed – the highest of City boss post-war.
61 – Number of yellow cards received in the Premier League, an average of 1.61 per game.
63 – Kelechi contributed with a goal or an assist for every 63 minutes he was on the pitch.
71 – goals scored by City in the Premier League – the most of any side in the competition.
89 – number of goals scored by City in all competitions.
440 – Number of shots City took in the Premier League, an average of 11.58 per game.