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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...
City’s Brazilian No.1 deservedly gets plaudits for his calmness and ability with the ball at his feet, but he is also an excellent shot-stopper and he showed just how good he is with a remarkable save away to Burnley.
The Blues led 1-0 from Danilo’s excellent long-range effort but had missed a host of opportunities to put the game to bed.
The hosts clawed their way back into the game and looked certain to level when the ball fell to Aaron Lennon eight yards out, but his fierce shot was somehow pushed onto the post by Ederson leaving the Burnley winger dumbstruck.
The Clarets did eventually pull level, but Ederson ended the game with deserved man of the match honours.
Last year City players surprised fans at the end of the season to thank them for their support and once again this season, several squad members surprised some die-hard Blues for their continued support all over the world.
Vincent Kompany surprised the Jepsons in New York, Bernardo Silva served up a special surprise for some fans in Lisbon and Ellie Roebuck, Nikita Parris and Nadia Nadim said a special thank you to people involved in the South Africa Cityzens Giving project.
Have a look at the skipper's visit…
It’s not only goals you get with Sergio Aguero – he’s always been a team player and his ability to create goals perhaps sometimes slips beneath the radar – but his sublime pass to Raheem Sterling against Bournemouth was too good to ignore!
David Silva played it to Kun on the edge of the box and he nonchalantly flicked a pass into space where Sterling ran into before driving the ball past Asmir Begovic to double the Blues’ lead. Quality stuff.
One of City’s many records set last season was the most Premier League wins in succession.
It was a run that undoubtedly underpinned the Blues’ title challenge with Pep’s men out of sight by Christmas having won 18 in a row – yes, 18 victories on the bounce.
It was a run that began with a last-gasp 2-1 win at Bournemouth and ended with a hard-fought 1-0 win at Newcastle United.
Everything you need to know ahead of City's game with Borussia Dortmund...
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