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— 100 goals
Our second goal of the afternoon was also our 100th in all competitions this season.
It’s the first time we’ve reached three figures since 2018/19, and of our 103 total goals, 88 came in the league. That’s our highest scoring Premier League season ever, and the most we’ve got in any league campaign since 1963/64, when we grabbed 90 in a 42-game campaign.
Jakub Kiwior scored our final goal of the season – his first for the club – and took the number of players who scored for us to 19.
Three players shared the top scorer honour – Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard and Gabriel Martinelli all amassed 15 each.
— Points tally
We finished this season with 84 points – a tally we have only ever bettered twice in our history (title winning campaigns of 2001/02 and 2003/04).
It’s also 15 more than we mustered last season and marks the fourth year in a row we’ve improved our points return, from 56 in 2019/20, 61 in 2020/21 and 69 in 2021/22.
We’ve finished as Premier League runners-up for the seventh time. In the end the gap to Manchester City at the top was five points, as they lost their final game at Brentford.
This was our 25th league win of the season, only twice in a 38-game campaign have we bettered that (2001/02 and 2003/04) when we won 26.
— Final day record
We have now won our final league game in each of the past 12 seasons. This win also stretched our unbeaten run in such fixtures to 18 – the last time we lost a season closer in the Premier League was back in 20024/05
In fact we have won on the final day more often than any other Premier League side – this was our 22nd – for a win rate of 71 per cent.
In contrast Wolves have now lost their final game in eight of their nine seasons in the Premier League, including each of their last six in a row.