Pep Guardiola was full of praise for his players after their record-breaking 15th consecutive win in the Premier League on Wednesday.
Davis Silva was in sparkling form for the visitors scoring twice, with Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero also on target, leaving Guardiola delighted.
"A lot of good, good teams and we are the first ones to win 15 games in a row. Of course that will not make sense if we do not win the title, if we don't win the title it will just be a record.
"This record will be broken but it will not be easy. When (my players) don't have the ball they go to win it like animals. At this level it's so competitive. That means we are strong in the head."
Source | Sky Sports
City’s win is a record in the Premier League, surpassing Arsenal’s previous best, a run of 14 games in 2002.
15 - Manchester City have set a new outright record of 15 consecutive wins in the English top-flight, overtaking Arsenal's 14-game run between February & August 2002. Sensational. pic.twitter.com/5AyaetsO2n— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 13, 2017
Guardiola will be hoping to extend that run, but Saturday brings a tough test with Tottenham the visitors to the Etihad Stadium.