An Amazing Pep Guardiola Stat Emerges After City Beat Swansea 4-0

An Amazing Pep Guardiola Stat Emerges After City Beat Swansea 4-0

Record-breaking and record-chasing Manchester City look to make it a record 15 Premier League wins in a row this even as they face basement boys Swansea City in South Wales.

And in winning 15 in the row, an awesome stat about City boss Pep Guardiola has come about. It was the longest ever winning run in the English top flight, equalled in the second division by Manchester United in 1904-05, Bristol City the following season and Preston in 1950-51.

Pep's Bayern won 19 games on the trot in 2013/14, his Barca side claimed 16 straight victories and now his City slickers have recorded 15 wins in succession.

"I am so happy because our job depends on if we win, so if we win we are so happy in our lives and in our jobs", said the City manager, whose side remain 11 points clear.

Silva has now scored four goals in his last three games and he was at his brilliant best here, conducting the City orchestra with his passing and movement.

"We won't be complacent against Swansea". There were some awesome teams.

"Our job depends on it if we win and we are happy in our jobs and our lives".

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Liverpool v West Brom and West Ham v Arsenal both finished scoreless while Tottenham defeated Brighton 2-0.

It was relief overflow at Liberty Stadium as the Jack Army beat The Baggies 1-0 to pick three points for the first time in seven Premier League games.

This was one of City's most dominant displays yet, highlighting the gulf between the league's first and last teams.

"At half-time of the derby I didn't use Mangala because I tried to send a message to the players that I wanted to win the game".

Guardiola made four changes to the team that had prevailed at Old Trafford in a game marred by an angry post-match brawl that is being investigated by the Football Association, with Sergio Aguero earning a recall.

'It's the fact that we feel every single game now is going to be tougher and tougher for everyone when it feels like our opponents have even more will to beat us, ' the Germany global said on ManCity.com.

Mo Salah continued his magnificent goal-scoring run to give Jurgen Klopp's men the lead only for a Wayne Rooney penalty to give the Toffees a share of the spoils and maintain Sam Allardyce's unbeaten start as manager.

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