38 League games, 26 victories, 12 draws and not a single defeat is proof of how dominant the Gunners were during a record-breaking, championship-winning campaign. History was made, and it was done so in a breathtaking style, as Arsene Wenger's team produced a host of memorable performances. The Gunners eventually won their 13th title with four games to spare, and by a margin of 11 points, but the stunning football wasn't confined just to the Premiership. A 5-1 away win over Inter Milan was one of the highlights of the Champions League run, which was only brought to a halt in the final minutes of the Quartet-Final. The team progressed even further in the two domestic cups - to the last four of both the FA Cup and Carling Cup. It was a season in which the plaudits and awards, rightfully headed Arsenal's way. Wenger was named Manager of the Year, while Golden Boot winner Thierry Henry retained both his PFA and Football Writers' Player of the Year awards after another sensational campaign.