Man City make Premier League history with Huddersfield win

Pep Guardiola watched Manchester City extend their winning run

Pep Guardiola watched Manchester City extend their winning run

On the south coast, Dusan Tadic gave Southampton a deserved lead with a neat finish in the 18th minute before Everton equalised when Gylfi Sigurdsson's long-range effort went in despite hitting the crossbar twice and the post once. City also moved to 37 points from 13 games - the highest ever points total at this stage of a Premier League season. It's so important because you can not win the title with just one or two players scoring goals. With one game a week, you are less likely to drop points, but with three games a week and four competitions, it is impossible.

"That is so important". We need to win these kinds of games in this way because maybe we convince more that we're able to, but whatever.

The performance at Leicester suggested a team at the top of its powers, with the home side unable to make any kind of meaningful impression on the smooth-running visitors.

On Sunday he was at the heart of City's best play, winning the penalty for Sergio Aguero's equaliser before bundling home the victor in the 84th minute.

Pep Guardiola's men continued to push for the victor and it eventually came in the 84th minute when a Gabriel Jesus shot deflected off the keeper and onto Sterling before looping into the back of the net.

The England global has equalled his best ever tally for a campaign with 11 goals from his 17 appearances this season - one more than City strikers Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero. Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal, supposed challengers at the top of the table, have all been reduced to bit part players against City's magisterial possession game.

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"Before, he made good actions, but now he wins games". We're in November and he's already broken the record [of league goals in a single season], so that is top, but not just because of goals. "I am impressed but he is still 22 years old, he can do a lot of things to improve and if he wants to learn we will be there to help him". He can still improve.

Rajiv van La Parra was shown a red card after the final whistle went following an altercation with Leroy Sane.

Huddersfield boss David Wagner was pleased with his side's performance despite their defeat.

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero scores a penalty during the English Premier League soccer match between Huddersfield Town and Manchester City at John Smith's stadium, in Huddersfield, England, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017.

"What I see is a happy squad but I'd rather have an unhappy squad that's winning".

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