The English Premier league is the most favourable football league in the world. This is due to the high level of competitiveness which being witnessed among the league clubs. Not only the competitiveness but also it is a league with the most incredible players in the world. Some of these players have managed to set and also enabled their clubs to set up unbreakable records.
Apart from Allan Shearer's record of scoring 260 goals in his premier league career, Petr Cech's 202 clean sheets and Ryan Giggs's 162 assists, the following ten records have been identified as the most hardest one to be easily broken up:
1. Smallest title-winning margin
It was set by Manchester City in 2011/12 season, after they managed to win the league title with only 8 goals difference margin against their noise neighbours Manchester United. Sergio Aguero scored on the last day against Qeenspark Rangers to enable City lift the trophy.
2. Fewest points in a season
This record was registered by the Derby County during the 2007/08. They were only able to record 11 points the whole season. They lost more than 98% of all their 38 league matches, they only managed to win one game the whole season.
3. Fewest points in a season to win the title
This record was set by Manchester United in the 1996/97 season when they only managed to lift the trophy with 75 points.
4. Most consecutive games undefeated
This record was set by Arsenal FC in the between the year 2003 and 2004. They played 49 games between 7 May 2003 to 24 October 2004.
5. Lowest game fans attendance
This was on 26th January 1993 at Selhurst Park Stadium. It was a game between Wimbledon FC and Everton FC in which Everton won 3-0.
6. Oldest player
This was John Burridge of Manchester City who last appeared for Manchester City against QPR on 14 May 1995. He was 43 years old and 162 days.
7. Fastest goal
It was scored by Shane Long of Southampton. It was scored after only 7.69 seconds in a game against Watford on 23rd April 2019.
8. Fastest Premier League hat-trick
This record is held by Sadio Mane and it took him only 2 minutes 56 seconds to get three goals. This was in a game between Southampton and Aston Villa on 16 May 2015.
9. Longest spell as a manager
It is held by Arsene Wenger as an Arsenal FC manager. He took 21 years, 224 days - 1 October 1996 to 13 May 2018. This is a very long period for a manager in a single team.
10. Most seasons scored in
This record is held by Ryan Giggs of Manchester United. He managed to score in 21 seasons that's, between 1992/93 to 2012/13 seasons.
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