It’s matchday and Manchester City are going away from Etihad to Budapest for their UEFA Champions League match against Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday night, and City can set a new English football record in the Champions League game if they would win.
City have already broken a record last weekend against arsenal in Emirate stadium when the match ended 1-0 in favour of the Cityzens, Guardiola’s men reached a new benchmark in English football for the most league wins in a row at the start of a calendar year – currently standing at 11.
In form City have won their last 18 matches in all competitions, their victory at Emirate stadium 1-0 was their 12 straight wins in Premier League.
And in all competitions, City could hit a new record with a win in the UEFA Champions Champions League over Borussia Monchengladbach, winning their last 11 games in all competitions, and a win today would see them break their previous record set by Guardiola City in 2017.
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Furthermore, City will host West Ham at Etihad Stadium on a Saturday lunchtime having played in Europe on Wednesday night and a win there would surpass their current record in English football.
City made five modifications on Sunday to its victory over Arsenal, demonstrating that they will make improvements on the squad and proceed to win but West Ham is compelled to notify the Champions League selection. City would cross their fingers and do their best match each match then expect to achieve the height.