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City 100: KDB's Stamford strike and OT control

STATEMENT: We showed our title credentials with the win at Chelsea

STATEMENT: We showed our title credentials with the win at Chelsea

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 sensational 2017/18 campaign, which ended in spectacular fashion as the Blues clinched an unprecedented 100 Premier League points.

Share your favourite memories from an incredible season - the awesome, the eye-catching; the heart-warming and pride-inducing - on Twitter @ManCity, no matter how big or small... and yours could be featured over the next four weeks.

23 De Bruyne's goal at Chelsea

City's stars were really hitting their stride by this late September fixture, none more so than Kevin De Bruyne. A dominant display at the home of the 16/17 champions was capped by a left-footed thunderbolt by our brilliant Belgian. Nicolas Otamendi fired the ball through the lines to De Bruyne, who exchanged passes with Gabriel Jesus before pinging an unstoppable shot past one of the world's best keepers, Thibaut Courtois. This was City making a major title statement. We looked the real deal and so it proved.

STRIKE: Kevin De Bruyne gives City the lead with a stunning solo effort

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24 Derby delight

City took a firm grip on the Premier League title race with this victory at the home of our derby rivals. Goals from David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi, either side of Marcus Rashford's effort, secured the points in a full-blooded game. The match was also the scene of Ederson's incredible save from Romelu Lukaku.

Arguably the most memorable part of the match for many City fans was the control with which we saw the game out. Bernardo Silva and De Bruyne ate up the added time deep in United territory with a supreme show of composure and technique, much to the delight of the travelling fans.

DANGER MAN: Raheem Sterling looks to hold off Chris Smalling in the first half.

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World Cup A-Z: L is for Lee

A-Z: Today's instalment of our World Cup A-Z feature focuses on Francis Lee

We continue our A-Z of the World Cup by focusing on City legend Francis Lee...

The latest instalment of our World Cup A-Z features City legend Francis Lee

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