The records continue to tumble in Manchester City’s era of dominance

As Manchester City’s era of dominance continues they have seen many records tumble. After Pep Guardiola’s side’s 3-1 win over FC Copenhagen yet another record was claimed by the all-conquering world champions.

Manchester City’s win at the Parken Stadium was their 9th consecutive win in the UEFA Champions League. They now hold the record for the most consecutive wins by an English club in the competition. The European champions winning run began with a 4-nil win over Real Madrid in the second leg of last season’s semi-final. It has now stretched through the group stage of this year’s competition to the first leg of the Round of 16. Manchester City have surpassed the previous record of consecutive wins by an English club in the Champions League which was held by Liverpool at 7 wins.

Pep Guardiola’s side also achieved another landmark in their win over FC Copenhagen. They became the first team in Champions League history to score 3 or more goals in 7 consecutive games. Manchester City’s free-scoring way in this season’s Champions League has seen them score 21 goals in 7 games so far this campaign.

Manchester City continue to chase and create history

This season has seen Manchester City create more history as the records continue to fall. They became the first side to hold the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Club. That is yet another remarkable achievement during Pep Guardiola’s reign as Manchester City manager.

Manchester City’s chase for even more history continues this season. They are seeking to become the first team to win four consecutive Premier League titles in Premier League history. If it is achieved it would be another remarkable feat for the world champions.

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