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5 New Records in the 2016/2017 season

leapyguide.com - The 2016/17 season has ended for a number of top European leagues, leaving only one match for Serie A, although the champions have been determined in the 37th week. A few things this season happen and among them are the records that are solved both individually and in teams.

Here are five records that were successfully broken in the 2016/17 season:

5. Chelsea won the most victory in one Premier League season


 Chelsea won their fifth Premier League trophy in the 2016/17 season. More specifically, Antonio Conte managed to bring Chelsea to break the record by becoming the first team to win 30 games in a season (38 games) Premier League.

This record surpassed the nicks Chelsea brought Jose Mourinho champions in the 2004/05 and 2005/06 seasons

4. Bayern Munchen Bundesliga champions in five consecutive seasons


Again,Bayern Munich become champions Bundesliga for the 27th time. This is more special because they won it for the fifth time in a row since the 2012/13 season. Roled tightly by RB Leipzig early in the season, Leipzig then began to lose key points and finish the season in second place with 15 points difference.

3. Juventus Champion Serie A in six consecutive seasons


Juventus again managed to become champions Serie A Italy edition 2016/17. They managed to secure the title after winning over Crotone in the 37th week. This also makes them the first team in the history of Serie A who won the league for six seasons in a row. Previously, Torino and Inter Milan were able to win in five consecutive seasons.

2. Wayne Rooney Official Be the No 1 Top Score of All Time Manchester United


Wayne Rooney's goal against Stoke City in the 22nd week of the 2016/17 Premier League was only able to bring Manchester United to a draw with the hosts 1-1. However, the goal officially brings itself into Manchester United's all time top scorer (250 goals) surpasses Sir Bobby Charlton (249 goals) across the competition.

1. Ronaldo Be the First Player to Scored 100 Goals UCL


Cristiano Ronaldo's second goal against Bayern Munich in the second leg of the 2016/17 Champions League quarter-final, made him the first player in history to score 100 goals in the Champions League.

also answered the critics who came, who said that his performance is decreasing. Ronaldo also managed to bring Madrid into the Champions League final to face Juventus.


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