Pep Guardiola is already rewriting history in what is just his second season in the English Premier League.
City on Wednesday set a new Premier League record of 15-consecutive wins after a 4-0 victory over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
The result means City have bettered the 14-straight victories Arsenal managed between February and August 2002.
The Cityzens have now taken 49 points from 17 games so far this season, which represents the best-ever start to an English top-flight campaign.
Guardiola’s men have dropped just two points all season, with the draw at home to Everton being their only downside thus far and expectedly the Spaniard is ecstatic.
“A lot [pleased me about the game]. We played so well, we attacked well inside and outside, we didn’t concede chances too much and of course, if the fans are happy, we’re happy as well,” he told Sky Sports.
“It’s not easy after three days with what happened at Old Trafford, and it’s about mending physically and mentally to come here and play how we did.” The City Coach added.
Manchester City’s next game is against Tottenham Hotspur and many are keen to see if they would be navigate past Harry Kane and his teammates.