2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
5-1-0, 1st in English Premier League
Guardiola: Sane didn't deserve to play before (0:59)
7hDavid Mooney

Leroy Sane stars as City thrash Palace

Leroy Sane was among the stars as the Manchester City juggernaut continued with a 5-0 thrashing of poor Crystal Palace.

7hPA Sport

Aguero closes on record in City win

Sergio Aguero moved within a goal of Manchester City's all-time record as Pep Guardiola's men thrashed bottom side Crystal Palace 5-0.

Guardiola: Aguero will 'die scoring goals' (0:50)
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1dJonathan Smith

City's Aguero will 'die scoring goals' - Pep

The Argentinian striker is just two goals from equalling the 78-year record of Eric Brook, who scored 177 goals for City in the 1930s.

Guardiola 'excited' to help Gabriel Jesus improve (1:04)
WATCH: Aguero's visit with NFL star J.J. Watt - Via Man City (4:20)
Guardiola: Prem title not a two-horse race (2:25)
Guardiola on coaching at 70? No chance! (1:20)
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1dESPN Stats & Information

Man City aim to remain top vs. Palace

Manchester City have won nine of their last 10 Premier League games against Palace and 13 of 14 games in all competitions, dating to March 16, 2002.

Football Whispers
2dDavid Mooney

Still questions over Man City's depth

Man City managed to get past West Brom in the Carabao Cup, but it's not yet clear if they really do have a strong squad.

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2dESPN staff

Palace face Man City music

Last week's 6-0 win at Watford touched perfection for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City. This time, his catchphrase did not drip with sarcasm.

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2dJonathan Smith

Man City: Gundogan escapes serious injury

Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has been cleared of serious injury following tests on his left knee.

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2dJonathan Smith

Pep should target cup as first of many

Jose Mourinho once said the League Cup was important as it was the "first one of a new team". Now Pep Guardiola will understand what that means.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference191st
Goals Scored211st
Goals Conceded2Tied-1st