- Leicester defying all odds (well, odds of 5,000/1 actually) and winning the league
- Aston Villa having the shittiest performance ever seen in the league and deservedly going down, hopefully never to be seen again
- Tottenham Hotspur being Spurs and handing the runners-up place to Arsenal on of the last day of the season
The counter-argument is that the team has performed horribly over the last four matches but that should not detract from the amazing results the teams got throughout the season and the fact that Harry Kane ended up as top goalscorer when he could not find the net in his first matches. There are many positives to take from this season and some negatives.
- The third position - yes, the drop from 2 to 3 was a huge blow but third position and automatic champions league qualification should not be scoffed at
- The football - best goal difference, some absurdly brilliant football at times, there's a lot to like here
- Outstanding performances from Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli, Moussa Dembele, Harry Kane and to a lesser extend Kevin Wimmer who was perfect when called upon
- The team spirit - something which seemed to be lacking under previous managers but which fans can feel now
- Alli's and Dembele's red cards - they effectively ended Spurs' title charge which means Pochettino must find adequate players to cover them when they cannot play
- No plan B - Pochettino is very good at coming up with plan A but still seems unable to tweak his tactics if the plan does not work
- Jaded squad by the end of the season - new players are a must especially given Champions League football in the upcoming season.