80 points, or 2.1 points/match, an AS Monaco record but also a Ligue 1 record points haul for a side finishing second in the standings.
23 victories, including 11 away, only PSG did better with 27 wins of which 12 came on the road.
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4 defeats, is another club record for the smallest number of losses by AS Monaco in a Ligue 1 season.
75%, the percentage of AS Monaco's 63 goals scored from open play, against 25% from set pieces (corner: 11% - free-kick: 8% - penalty: 6%).
15 players scored goals this season. Manu Rivière was top scorer with 10 goals, ahead of the Colombian pair of Falcao and James (9 goals), Dimitar Berbatov (6 goals) and then Kurzawa, Germain, Ocampos (5 goals).
537 shots by the R&B, at an average of 14 shots per match, of which 204 were on target (38%) and 63 scored (11.7%).
54% possession on average for AS Monaco over 38 rounds of the season. Their highest percentage was 67% in the home match against Ajaccio, the lowest percentage was 40% away to Lyon.
17 nationalities were represented in the Monégasque squad this season, a cosmopolitan team, just like the principality.