Last month, Manchester City secured their first English title since 1968 in some style, scoring 93 goals in 38 Premier League games.
Nicknamed the Citizens, the average of 2.45 goals a game last season highlighted the attacking prowess of the team.
City’s Under-15 side, the club’s academy team, did even better.
The Junior Citizens - they will take part in the Canon Lion City Cup which kicks off on Saturday – scored a whopping 124 goals in just 27 matches played last season.
That’s an average of 4.6 goals a game.
City’s juniors won 23, drew two and lost two of their sparring matches - there are no competitive leagues for English teams in that age group.