Manchester City are going through a purple patch in all fronts this season.
The Citizens are without a single defeat throughout the campaign thus far whereas their incredible exploits gain even more value knowing that Pep Guardiola’s men only drew once in 15 matches this campaign.
Premier League leaders extended their winning streak in the Champions League this week as Citizens came back from behind to beat Serie A hot-shots 4-2 at San Paolo.
Manchester City lead the way in Group F with 12 points after four matches and have already booked their place in the knockouts.
The clash in Naples saw Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero score his ninth goal of the season for Citizens in all competitions and also his 178th for the Premier League club which made him the club’s all-time top goalscorer.
The Argentine dynamo surpassed Eric Brook’s 78-year long record to emerge as the club’s living legend.
Not only did Aguer moved passed the likes of Brook, Tommy Johnson and Colin Bell with a number of goals for Manchester City but he also reached the top of the scoring charts in considerably less games that club icons.
Aguero was rather pleased with his achievement, more so with the fact his team won.
“I am very happy for this moment. I am more happy for the win and to qualify, I am very happy today.”, he said after the game.
Sergio Aguero has thus far made 263 appearances for the Premier League title contenders.
The 29-year-old striker is backed at 8/11 (1.73) to continue his scoring form on Sunday when Manchester City play host to Arsenal at Etihad.