Kyle Walker: 'Manchester City will not be complacent'

Jessica Allison
December 14, 2017

The victory was City's 15th consecutive league win this season - beating a record that the club had shared with Arsenal going into the game.

A brace by David Silva and a goal each by Sergio Aguero and Kevin de Bruyne helped the away team secure the win. Once the record will be broken because records are there to be broken but for it to be the first time in the history of English football to make 15 wins in a row when the level is so competitive means we are strong in the head.

There was a glorious inevitability about City's progression as they maintained their 11-point gap at the top of the table and completed an outright Premier League record with their 15th successive win, eclipsing Arsenal's 14 recorded across two seasons in 2002.

Guardiola's men beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 on the opening day of the season before being held to a 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium against Everton - the only points they have dropped so far in the domestic campaign.

City remain 11 points clear of United - who were 1-0 winners at home to Bournemouth - as they march towards their first title in four years. Not bad for a fraud, Pep.

Silva has now scored four goals in his last three games and was at his brilliant best here, conducting the City orchestra with his passing and movement.

"After the derby, to play in that way three days later was so hard".

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"When Swansea defended deep we found the patience and the right moment when they pressed".

"Clubs like City want to win the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup and the Champions League".

"I think it's fantastic for us", said Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino. It was a very good feeling.

He continued: "I am so happy because our job depends on if we win, so if we win we are so happy in our lives and in our jobs".

"Because he has absolutely everything, but sometimes he was thinking more about the pass and now in the last games, at West Ham it was a winning goal and again at Old Trafford".

The South Wales side, who remain the only side in the league to not yet hit double figures in the goals for column of the table, ended a run of seven games to move to within a point of safety.

Liverpool had a late goal disallowed against West Brom, with Dominic Solanke ruled to have touched the ball with his hand after chesting down a cross from fellow substitute Joe Gomez.

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