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After a season of trail-blazing records, the advent of the World Cup finals in Russia saw City leading the field once again.
The Blues had 16 players selected to play for their respective countries at Russia 2018…more than any other Premier League club.
It also represented the joint biggest contingent from one club in the history of the tournament.
Eight countries had City representation – Argentina (Nicolas Otamendi and Sergio Aguero), Belgium (Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne), Brazil (Danilo, Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho), England (Fabian Delph, Raheem Sterling, John Stones, Kyle Walker), France (Benjamin Mendy), Portugal (Bernardo Silva), Spain (David Silva) and Germany (Ilkay Gundogan).
City also had the largest number of players – 11 – to make it through to the quarter-finals with Benjamin Mendy tasting the ultimate prize of World Cup glory with France.
Of the many memorable pictures that accompanied City’s title celebrations, one in particular captured the imagination of Blues fans everywhere.
It showed the sons of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling posing together in matching outfits as their fathers celebrated the club’s record-breaking Premier League title success.
An adorable snap of KDB's son Mason, aged two, and Raheem's little boy Thiago, aged one, showed the pair getting to know each other while donning City's kit.
The image of the boy Blues melted the hearts of every single City fan.
Kyle Walker's interview after the Carabao Cup final descended into good-natured chaos as the defender was gatecrashed by City colleagues Kevin De Bruyne and Benjamin Mendy.
The full-back was giving his reaction to our 3-0 win over Arsenal at Wembley when De Bruyne and Leroy Sane jumped on his back.
And then injured team-mate Mendy got involved in the fun as well - throwing golden ticker-tape over his victorious team-mates to provide another indelible image on a season to remember.
Phil Foden discusses his improvement as a player...
The Portugal star made the move to Manchester in May 2017 and played an integral part in the Blues’ sensational 2017/18 success, making an astonishing 53 appearances across all competitions, scoring nine goals and creating 11 assists.