City came from behind to secure a 2-1 win over Huddersfield in a blood and thunder War of the Roses.
Remarkably, it was the first time in 22 years that the Blues have recovered from a half-time deficit in the Premier League, but it was arguably the hardest-fought three points of the campaign as David Wagner's side pushed the leaders all the way.
An own goal by Nicolas Otamendi just before half-time gave the hosts the advantage, but a penalty from Sergio Aguero just after the re-start and yet another late winner from Raheem Sterling secured another record-breaking victory.
There were a number of pivotal moments, but City levelling immediately after the re-start thanks to the livewire Sterling's determination was the key to turning the tide of what was a difficult afternoon in West Yorkshire.
Watch the highlights above to see how it all panned out at the John Smith's Stadium...