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City 100: Silva's genius and Mendy's celebration

CITY 100: Relive more magic moments from our record-breaking season

CITY 100: Relive more magic moments from our record-breaking season

Ton up! In celebration of our City Centurions' remarkable, record-smashing season, we are running a 100-themed summer feature...

With your help, we fondly recall '100 reasons to smile' from our wonderful 2017/18 campaign, which ended in spectacular fashion as the Blues clinched an unprecedented 100 Premier League points...

96Silva goal v Arsenal

The 3-0 win away at Arsenal was one our finest performances of City's season, with David Silva’s goal a majestic example of our superiority and class.

Sergio Aguero played a smart sidefoot pass into Silva’s path, and the Spanish genius did the rest in two touches. His first was a quite brilliant cushioned control that completely fooled Hector Bellerin, the second was an emphatic finish high into the top corner of Petr Cech’s goal.


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97Mendy's celebration

Every football fan enjoys seeing their passion reflected in their team’s players.

So when Benjamin Mendy went running down the touchline two months after undergoing knee surgery for a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, we knew he was one of us.

He couldn't contain himself. Despite being heavily strapped and limping badly, Mendy went hurtling down the touchline to join in the celebrations after Raheem Sterling's 96th-minute winner against Southampton, a crucial goal in our march towards the title. 

It was a magical moment that demonstrated the team spirit that carried the side to glory. 

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