Premier League season in numbers

Last updated at 10:07
ChelseaMike Hewitt

It's been the 23rd season of the Premier League and nine months and 370 matches later, it comes to an end this Sunday.

Defending champions Manchester City couldn't retain the title with Jose Mourinho's Chelsea being crowned the winners with three game to spare.

Let's take a look at some of the other highlights...

Louis Van GaalJon Super

Manchester United appointed the Dutchman Louis Van Gaal, who got them back into the top four, following on from their disappointing finish last season.

Harry KaneDominic Lipinski

The England star who everyone was talking about this year, was Tottenham's Harry Kane, who won the PFA Young Player of the Year.

He became the first Spurs player to score more than 30 goals in a season since Match of the Day host Gary Lineker back in 1992.


Chelsea topped the league this season and one big reason that happened was the in form Eden Hazard.

He scored 19 goals and got 12 assists as well as winning the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award, the PFA Player of the Year and the Premier League Player of the Season award.

Steven GerrardPAUL ELLIS

This year saw the Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard play his final game for his beloved club.

He played a massive 706 games and scored 183 goals for Liverpool, winning 10 major trophies and now looks to his new club LA Galaxy, in America.


There were tears from manager Dick Advocaat, who saw his Sunderland side escape relegation in a tense battle against Arsenal.

Sunderland topped the disciplinary table with the most cards and also the player with the most yellows, Lee Cattermole, who was booked a record 14 times.

Newcastle UnitedMichael Regan

QPR and Burnley were relegated but Newcastle and Hull City will battle it out in the final game to see who will stay in the Premier League.

Watch all of the teams in action on Sunday 24th May.