Were Manchester United’s treble winners also the best Premier League champions?

In 1998/99 Manchester United won the league, FA Cup and Champions League, lifting all three in the space of 10 memorable May days. But in the Premier League their record of 79 points is the second lowest of the 13 titles, as they edged past Arsenal by a point. In a poll conducted by MM, Mark Stillman finds out just why that iconic season is considered the best.

Man City v Liverpool: The new domineering rivalry in the Premier League

It’s no secret who the best two sides in the country are. A massive hint being the 34 mile trip across the M62 to play each other reflects the local veracity when Man City and Liverpool come head to head.
The Premier League has been blessed with rivalries through the decades whether it was the two Manchester clubs being split on the final day by that Aguero goal or the continuous title charges from Liverpool to knock Manchester United off their perch.
Since the arrival of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City following Jurgen Klopp’s appointment at Liverpool all the attention has been on this clash of the titans.
But is this a flash in the pan or the dawn of a new era of total possession colliding with gegenpressing in epic contests for years to come.