What a blinder Manchester City are having this season! They've been compared to 'The Invincibles' of 2003-2004 and even the class of 92. Many pundits have conceded that the title is Manchester City's to lose, it's a question of how early they will lift the trophy. Sir Alex Fergusons' Manchester Utd claimed the title with as many as 5 games to spare in the 2000-2001 season. Will Manchester City go on to break that record? Pep Guardiola's side is on course to break at least THIRTEEN Premier League records this year based on their current form.
How many will they break? Only time will tell. But what records do they already hold?
Fewest goals scored at home in a season: 10, Manchester City (2006–07)
Most consecutive draws: 7 – joint record: Manchester City (2009–10)
Most home wins in a season (19 games): 18, joint record: Manchester City (2011–12)
Most consecutive wins: 16, Manchester City (between 26 August 2017 and 16 December 2017)
Most consecutive home wins: 20, Manchester City (between 5 March 2011 and 21 March 2012)
Fewest home losses in a season (19 games): 0, joint record: Manchester City (2011–12)
Most draws in a season (42 games): 18 – joint record: Manchester City (1993–94)
Fewest home draws in a season: 0 – joint record Manchester City (2008–09)
Oldest player: John Burridge, 43 years and 162 days (for Manchester City v. Queens Park Rangers, 14 May 1995)
Most goals in a game: 5, joint record: Sergio Agüero (for Manchester City v. Newcastle United, 3 October 2015)
Biggest loss by reigning champions: 1–6, joint record: Manchester United 1–6 Manchester City (23 October 2011), after Manchester United had won the 2010–11 competition
Most individual goal scorers in one game for the same team: 7, joint record: Manchester City 7–0 Norwich City (2 November 2013)
By Aford Awards, specialists in Football Trophies