Five Premier League records that Manchester City can break by the end of season


Manchester City are having an historic season under Pep Guardiola.

The Blues from Manchester are engraving themselves in the history books and the way they are playing many will be re-written.

Below is the look at some of the records Manchester City might achieve until the end of this season:


Manchester City are currently 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League table and needs to extend their current lead to break Manchester United’s record of 18 point lead.

Current record: 18 points, set by Manchester United in 1999/00


If Manchester City boys able to snatch nine points in their next five matches then Pep Guardiola’s side will break the record held by Chelsea on 95 points.

Current record: 95, set by Chelsea in 2004/05


This is another record held by Chelsea scoring 103 goals in 38 matches under Carlo Ancelotti in 2009/10.

Manchester City already hit 93 goals in just 33 matches and need 11 goals in their remaining five matches to break the record.

Current record: 103, set by Chelsea in 2009/10


Manchester City are on course to set a new goal difference record with a current figure of +68.

Chelsea’s +71 is the current best and firmly within reach.

Current record: +71, set by Chelsea in 2009/10


Manchester City have 28 wins to their name and need another three to set a new record in five matches to break Chelsea’s 30 win.

Current record: 30 wins,set by Chelsea in 2016/17

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