What's caught our attention on the world wide web this week?
In our latest edition of Things We Love, Club Journalist Jack Mumford rounds up the best of the internet's offerings from the festive period…
Becker tweets Pep
Maybe we’ll see the German tennis legend and Pep Guardiola conversing over a pint in Manchester soon?
Come on #PepGuardiola ! Your under stress lately and things are not going your way but we love you !!! Have cold English beer and relax ...— Boris Becker (@TheBorisBecker) January 3, 2017
Bradley wins goal of the month
Bradley Lowery, the seriously ill five-year-old Sunderland fan who was mascot for the Black Cats’ match against Chelsea last month, continues to capture the hearts of football fans.
Bradley scored during the warm-up on the Stadium of Light pitch and woke up on Monday to find he had been named as joint-winner for December’s Goal of the Month on Match of the Day.
What a lovely surprise!
New Year celebrations
Whether you choose to sing Auld Lang Syne or not on New Year’s Eve, it’s a time for reflecting on the events of the past year. Those reflections can often manifest themselves in Instagram posts and it was no different for several of our City stars.
First, Kevin De Bruyne.
Kroos v Ronaldo
Away from City, Germany and Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos took the numbers involved in creating 2017 to play a little World Cup semi-final based joke on Brazil.
Legendary striker Ronaldo was having none of it though, quickly reminding Germans of the score in the final of the 2002 tournament.
Playing with fire
Andrea Pirlo has always been a dead ball specialist. That ball isn’t usually the Sun however.
Fireball ☄️🌅 pic.twitter.com/G1tVpoocDh— Andrea Pirlo (@Pirlo_official) January 2, 2017
van't Schip legacy
Melbourne City announced that manager John van’t Schip was leaving the club in order to return home to Holland. This video reminded us just how far the club have come during his time there…
Anything we’ve missed? Tweet us @ManCity and share your favourite finds from the week!