Manchester City's 4-0 win over Bournemouth means the Blues have gone the whole of 2017 unbeaten at home in all competitions and have become the first English team to score 100 top-flight league goals in a calendar year since Liverpool in 1982 (106).
It takes our winning run in the Premier League to 17, which is second-longest sequence ever registered in one of Europe’s top divisions, and extends our lead at the top of the Premier League table to 14.
Pep Guardiola’s side continue to find new ways of making this season even more remarkable.
Afterwards, Guardiola said: “Always, you have doubts after a lot of games in a row and if you are mentally ready to do it again and again.
“That has impressed me most about the guys – that they were ready.
“It was similar to the Southampton and Huddersfield games, and also West Ham in that Bournemouth defended with 5-4-1 with their striker Callum Wilson with Fernandinho.
“We had hardly any space – there was no space between the lines.
“We made a good first goal and the second helped us a lot. We changed the system to 4-4-2 and found tempo and space. We scored four beautiful goals."
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