It’s been a memorable month for City as we remained unbeaten, scoring 17 goals in just five matches.
Champions League victories away to Young Boys and RB Leipzig ensured a smooth passage to the last-16 as group winners.
And in the Premier League, we started with a 6-1 win over Bournemouth before draws at Chelsea and at home to Liverpool.
Five games and another six goals for the City striker as his incredible strike rate shows no signs of letting up.
Perhaps surprisingly he was not on the scoresheet in our biggest win of the month against Bournemouth but scored in each of our other matches.
He struck twice away to Young Boys and Chelsea as well as getting goals in the home matches against Liverpool and RB Leipzig.
Haaland’s goal against Liverpool was his 50th in the Premier League, coming in just 48 appearances – 17 faster than Andy Cole who was previously the quickest to the milestone.
Another record fell three days later against Leipzig when he scored his 40th goal in Europe, reaching that landmark in just 35 matches, 10 quicker than previous record holder Ruud van Nistelrooy.
The Belgian winger was in brilliant form as he sent shivers down the spine of every full-back across Europe with his blistering display.
Against Bournemouth, the 21-year-old became the youngest player in Premier League history to have five goal involvements in one game.
Doku then set a season-high total for successful dribbles in the draw with Liverpool, with 11 in total, the most by a Premier League player since September 2021.
He rounded off the month as an impact substitute in our win over RB Leipzig as we turned the game on its head, coming back from two goals down to win 3-2.
Another spectacular month from the former Academy player as he claimed three goals and an assist in November.
In a more central role, the 23-year-old has had a big impact as an attacking influence and has revelled in the responsibility.
He scored against Bournemouth and Young Boys at the beginning of the month as we picked up two big wins.
And he delivered a man of the match performance in the win over RB Leipzig, with a goal and an assist in our fightback that ensured we finished top of Group G.