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With a goal and two assists, the German played a key role as the Blues made history, becoming the first top flight side since Blackburn in the 1958/59 campaign to score five or more goals in three consecutive games in the same season.
Sane opened the scoring for the Blues, before teeing up Raheem Sterling for the first of his double.
Heading home Sane's pinpoint delivery, Sergio Aguero then moved one step closer to breaking the Blues' all-time goalscoring record before Fabian Delph topped off a superb win with the pick of the bunch.