The 5 Best Moments of the 2017-18 Premier League Season

The 26th edition of the Premier League is finally in the books. With Manchester City bringing in a record-point haul, all three promoted teams surviving and Jose Mourinho occasionally deciding to play entertaining soccer, it was certainly a season to remember.

FC Yahoo has put together a list of the five best moments from the campaign, which includes the best goal, the best game, some truly surprising outcomes, and a truly emotional end of an era.

Take a look and let us know which other moments deserve a mention.

  • Greek foreign minister quits in Macedonia name row
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    Greek foreign minister quits in Macedonia name row

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accepted the resignation of his foreign minister on Wednesday, Greece's first major political casualty in a crusade to end a decades-old name dispute with Macedonia. Tsipras has said he will do whatever is required to ensure an agreement reached in June to rename the

  • Israel strikes Gaza after first rocket fire in weeks
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    Israel strikes Gaza after first rocket fire in weeks

    Israeli warplanes struck the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after the first rocket fire from the Palestinian territory in weeks hit an Israeli city, in a blow to efforts to avert a new war. Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas disavowed the rocket fire, saying they rejected "all irresponsible attempts"

  • Ben Sasse Reacts To Trump's 'Horseface' Comment: 'That's Not The Way Men Act'
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    Ben Sasse Reacts To Trump's 'Horseface' Comment: 'That's Not The Way Men Act'

    Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said Tuesday that President Donald Trump should not

  • Trump pulling out of treaty that cut rates for foreign postal deliveries to U.S.
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    Trump pulling out of treaty that cut rates for foreign postal deliveries to U.S.

    The United States will begin withdrawing from the Universal Postal Union, a United Nations treaty that lowered rates for foreign postal deliveries in the United States, senior White House officials said on Wednesday. The White House said the treaty enables foreign postal services to take advantage of

  • Police Release Video Of Florida City Official Fatally Shooting Suspected Shoplifter
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    Police Release Video Of Florida City Official Fatally Shooting Suspected Shoplifter

    A Florida police department decided to make video footage public showing a

  • Lack of power, phones hampering rescue efforts after Hurricane Michael
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    Lack of power, phones hampering rescue efforts after Hurricane Michael

    A lack of power and phone service in the areas of Florida flattened by Hurricane Michael last week was hindering efforts on Wednesday to distribute food and water and to contact residents not heard from since the storm plowed through the state's Panhandle. Florida officials have not said how many

  • Palestinian rocket attack on Israeli city draws Gaza air strikes
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    Palestinian rocket attack on Israeli city draws Gaza air strikes

    A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip hit a house in the largest city in southern Israel early on Wednesday, prompting Israeli air strikes that killed a militant in the Palestinian enclave. Egypt, which sent a delegation to Gaza on Tuesday for the latest round of talks on a long-term ceasefire, postponed

  • How To Talk To Your Kids About Porn
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    How To Talk To Your Kids About Porn

    The idea of talking to your child about pornography may feel terrifying,

  • Melania Trump's plane lands safely after mechanical issue
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    Melania Trump's plane lands safely after mechanical issue

    "Everything is fine and everyone is safe," said the first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham. The plane was en route to Philadelphia, where Trump was scheduled to visit Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and meet with families affected by prenatal opioid use as part of her "Be

  • Greek PM urges Macedonia to ratify name deal after losing foreign minister
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    Greek PM urges Macedonia to ratify name deal after losing foreign minister

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday urged Macedonian lawmakers to ratify the two countries' landmark name deal after a cabinet spat in Athens prompted the shock resignation of his foreign minister. "I want to encourage them to move forward with determination and bravery, because

  • Iranian security staff unconscious when kidnapped to Pakistan: Guards chief
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    Iranian security staff unconscious when kidnapped to Pakistan: Guards chief

    A group of Iranian security personnel kidnapped on the border with Pakistan this week were unconscious at the time, the commander of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said, following reports that they had eaten drugged food. Iran's Fars News agency also quoted Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari

  • Barack Obama Brutally Shuts Down People's Lame Excuses For Not Voting
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    Barack Obama Brutally Shuts Down People's Lame Excuses For Not Voting

    Barack Obama is done with people's lame excuses for not voting in the upcoming

  • China propaganda chief warns Hong Kong media over 'interference': reports
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    China propaganda chief warns Hong Kong media over 'interference': reports

    China's propaganda chief has reportedly warned Hong Kong's senior media executives not to allow the city's newsrooms to "become a base for interfering with mainland politics" as Beijing ramps up pressure on challenges to its authority. Concerns about press freedom in Hong Kong

  • Clashes as Hindu hardliners block women from Indian temple
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    Clashes as Hindu hardliners block women from Indian temple

    Clashes erupted on Wednesday as Hindu hardliners prevented women visiting one of India's most sacred temples, with baton-waving police charging stone-throwing protesters. The situation remained tense after nightfall, with police reinforcing the 500 officers already present ahead of likely another

  • Spanish drug lord arrested after music video cameo: police
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    Spanish drug lord arrested after music video cameo: police

    One of Spain's most-wanted drug traffickers was arrested on Wednesday after seeming to taunt police by appearing in a music video, a police spokesman told AFP. Francisco Tejon, leader of the "Los Castanas" clan, was "arrested today at La Linea de la Concepcion," a southern city

  • UN Syria envoy to step down next month
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    UN Syria envoy to step down next month

    The United Nations envoy for Syria announced on Wednesday he will step down at the end of November after more than four years in the key post, setting back UN efforts to end the seven-year war in Syria. "I will myself be moving on as of the last week of November," Staffan de Mistura told the

  • 279 White Helmets leave Jordan to resettle in West
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    279 White Helmets leave Jordan to resettle in West

    Jordan said Wednesday a group of 279 Syrian rescue workers has left the kingdom for resettlement in Western countries three months after they were evacuated from Israel. The kingdom announced on July 22 it had received 422 White Helmet rescuers and their relatives after they were evacuated from Syria

  • Jamal Khashoggi Tortured In Front Of Top Saudi Diplomat: Reports
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    Jamal Khashoggi Tortured In Front Of Top Saudi Diplomat: Reports

    Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who has not been seen publicly

  • Norway apologises to mistreated war-time 'German girls'
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    Norway apologises to mistreated war-time 'German girls'

    Norway's government on Wednesday officially apologised to Norwegian women targeted for reprisals by authorities for having intimate relations with German soldiers during the country's war-time occupation. Between 30,000 to 50,000 Norwegians, labelled "German girls", had intimate relations

  • 'Randomly shooting everyone': Witnesses on Crimea college attack
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    'Randomly shooting everyone': Witnesses on Crimea college attack

    "I was at a class when I heard shooting on the first floor," said one student in the Kerch Polytechnical College on the Crimean peninsula, who asked not to by identified. Crimea's regional leader Sergei Aksyonov said the perpetrator of the attack was a 22-year-old student in the school

  • US stays cautious over Khashoggi as new killing claims emerge
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    US stays cautious over Khashoggi as new killing claims emerge

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday refused to blame key US ally Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi even as Riyadh faced new claims he was killed and tortured inside its Istanbul consulate. After talks with the Saudi leadership in Riyadh marked by expressions of

  • Varadkar says all 27 EU states against hard border in Ireland
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    Varadkar says all 27 EU states against hard border in Ireland

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday that he had the support of all remaining 27 European Union states on ensuring a Brexit deal delivers legally-binding guarantees there will be no hard border between Ireland and northern Ireland.

  • May faces EU leaders as Brexit talks stall
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    May faces EU leaders as Brexit talks stall

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will address European Union counterparts in Brussels on Wednesday but there is little hope on either side of a quick breakthrough after Brexit talks stalled at the weekend. German Chancellor Angela Merkel echoed a hardening tone among the 27 other governments, whose

  • China backtracks on horse racing, gambling for island province
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    China backtracks on horse racing, gambling for island province

    China has backtracked on plans to promote horse racing and potentially introduce gambling on the southern island of Hainan amid a campaign to develop the destination as a tropical tourism draw.

  • UK's Gatwick mulls using its emergency runway to boost capacity
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    UK's Gatwick mulls using its emergency runway to boost capacity

    Gatwick airport, the second-busiest in Britain, will publish draft expansion proposals on Thursday which will include using its second, emergency runway. The airport is hoping to add new flights to overcome a Summer capacity crunch, despite local opposition over safety, noise and environmental concerns