Ten incredible records in the Premier League, which will never be broken in the future, as they are so incredible that they can’t be repeated.
Premier League is undoubtedly the most entertaining and viewed football league in the world. The reason behind this is the surprises this league offers everywhere.
Last year only, Manchester City won the league on the final day of the tournament with an only single point more than Liverpool after the end of the 38th game-week.
Thus, the action is breathtaking and energizing, which make fans attracted towards the most profit-generating league. The league was started in the year 1992 and since then there are several records which may never be broken in future.
Let’s look at the list of 10 records in the Premier League, which we consider unbreakable by anyone ahead in future.
1. Smallest title-winning margin
(0 points, 8 goal difference from Manchester City in 2011/12)
Who can forget that Aguero moment in 2012, which stunned the world, as Manchester City won the league by the margin of goal difference of 8 goals. As the final matchday as nearing towards an end, everyone started congratulating Manchester United as Manchester City was trailing in the game by 2-1.
It was achieved after Sergio Aguero scored a final minute goal against QPR to win 3-2 in a breathtaking match. The goal helped Manchester City to level points against city rivals Manchester United.
With this, the Citizens were able to secure their first title win after 4 decades. surely, a dramatic turn of events in history of football, and we think this kind of destiny can be ever written.
2. Fewest points in a season
(11 points – Derby County in 2007/08)
Probably the worst side to be in the Premier League ever to play. With only 11 points, Derby became the team with lowest points earned by the end of 2008 season.
In all league games played by Derby that season, they could register only one win, making them a laughing stock this season. Surely a tally of 11 points would be tougher to imagine than 100 points by a side in the current season.