Manchester City continue to rack up and break numerous records as the Blues' superb run continues.
Here is the most up-to-date version of City’s records achieved/equalled or those within touching distance…
Away day Blues
Pep Guardiola's men have now won 11 matches in all competitions away from home – a new club record and one shy of Arsenal's national record of 12
Prior to the win at Huddersfield, it had been 22 years since City last recovered from a losing position at half-time away from home – against Blackburn Rovers in April 1995.
Run, run, run
City have now won 18 games in succession in all competitions, including 11 Premier League wins in a row during the same season for the first time since first achieving the feat 2015.
The Blues' start to the campaign is the best-ever by any team in the Premier League era, with the league leaders having netted 42 goals in 13 games.
Guardiola's men are unbeaten in 26 games.
Sergio Aguero has scored 12 goals in his last 10 Premier League away games.
City need to win three more Premier League matches to equal Arsenal’s run of 14 league wins in succession set between February and August 2002 - but they have a long way to go to beat the Gunners' unbeaten run of 49 set from May 2003 to October 2004.
The Blues are two wins away from equalling the most successive league wins in the same season – 13 – currently held by Chelsea and Arsenal.