2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
16-1-0, 1st in English Premier League
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1hJonathan Smith

Man City's 15-game winning streak

Manchester City's 4-0 win over Swansea saw them break Arsenal's record of most successive victories in the Premier League.

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2hMattias Karen and Jonathan Smith

Pep's City or Arsenal's 'Invincibles'?

Man City have set a new record for consecutive Premier League wins. But how does this side compare to Arsene Wenger's great "Invincibles" of 2003-04?

Prem: Top saves of Week 17 (1:55)
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11hJonathan Smith

Silva hails record win after 'difficult' derby

David Silva said it was a special victory after Manchester City's 4-0 win at Swansea set a new record of 15 consecutive league victories.

Can Manchester City run the table? (4:06)
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11hDavid Mooney

David Silva 9/10 as Man City grab 15th win

How does David Silva do it? The Spain midfielder was stunning as Man City beat Swansea 4-0 for their English-record 15th straight Premier League win.

Guardiola happy to see Silva rewarded with goals (2:01)
Aguero scores from tight angle for City's fourth (0:55)
David Silva at the double for Man City (0:54)
De Bruyne's blistering free kick doubles City's lead (0:48)
David Silva puts Man City ahead (0:55)
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18hRob Dawson

Utd, City given more time to explain brawl

The Football Association has given Manchester United and Manchester City extra time to provide their observations following reports of an incident.

Guardiola looking to strengthen City in January (1:02)
WATCH: ESPN FC's Best Under-21 XI (3:00)
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1dRob Dawson

Mourinho: 'I know' United acted properly

Asked at a news conference on Tuesday whether he was confident his players had acted properly Mourinho replied: "I know. I am not confident. I know."

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1dJonathan Smith

Guardiola: I'm sorry if United were offended

Pep Guardiola has apologised to Manchester United if the club were offended by his team's celebrations following Man City's 2-1 derby win on Sunday.

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2dSimon Curtis

Man City look to avoid Swansea banana peel

In years past, Man City were prone to drop-offs vs. lesser opponents like Swansea but this version of City look anything but vulnerable at the moment.

2dMichael Cox

Cox: Sterling has evolved this season

There are many reasons why Man City have started the 2017-18 season in such brilliant form but the biggest might be Raheem Sterling's reinvention.

Guardiola: I encouraged Man City celebrations (1:00)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference411st
Goals Scored521st
Goals Conceded11Tied-1st