Man City record-breaking season in more ways than one

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Pep Guardiola has lavished praise on David Silva after he scored twice in Manchester City's 4-0 win at Swansea City on Wednesday. "It is special when you win so many games." .

Ilkay Gundogan has stated that Manchester City are yet to win anything, despite taking a 11-point lead after 16 games.

I'm so happy for David (Silva), we can not disguise his quality but in the past he didn't score too much goals. We can lose, we can drop points but complacency never happened in the past, the present or the future.

Hauled over the coals for his auto crash display in the Manchester derby, Romelu Lukaku scored the game's only goal as United returned to winning ways against Bournemouth.

"But we are the first ones in the history of English football to win 15 in a row".

"They are having a fantastic path, but at the same time we must go game by game and get three points for our table".

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"We are so happy and we are going to fight to maintain it as long as possible".

"On Saturday, we play Tottenham and we have to be focused. So many good athletes, so many intelligent footballers and it's really hard to pin them down".

Ahead of the festive season, Man City are the gift which keep on giving and they have to be up their with the best teams English soccer has ever seen.

On Wednesday, he joked that Tottenham may have to cover the see-through tunnel in their new stadium because of the possibility of incidents such as last Sunday's Manchester derby tunnel bust-up.

With the record now in hand and Man City also stretching their club-record unbeaten run in the top-flight to 25 games, is there a risk his side will be complacent as the bookmakers have slashed their PL title odds to 1/25?

In its 25-year history, the Premier League has boasted a series of outstanding sides including Manchester United's treble-winners, Arsenal's "Invincibles" and Jose Mourinho's powerful Chelsea side in his first stint at the club. But, then again, he probably wouldn't want that type of player in his side.