5 best statistics of Manchester City after defeating Brighton to become second in the table.

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Manchester City have an excellent record that is unbeaten in 30 games in all competitions. It became the third team in England to do so.

Pep Guardiola, the head coach, led Manchester City to attack Brighton 4-0 at the Amex Stadium in the middle of the night. With goals from Kevin De Bruyne in the 17th minute, Phil Foden in the 26th and 34th minutes, and Julian Alvarez in the 62nd minute, making 33 matches, adding 76 points, moving past Liverpool to 2nd place. The table is only one point behind Arsenal, the leader. and competed less than 1 match.

After the game, Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, said: “This season, Brighton has faced problems with the absence of many players. But they still played with courage and never gave up. However, in the end it was a good result for us, we scored 4 goals, that was an important point.”

Pep also about the championship challenge, UFABET specify that After being ask if it was just his team and Arsenal, Pep saying: “What we have achieve in the past That doesn’t mean it can be done again in the future. There are 5 matches left. We know it’s very close. And have to win every game. What happened to Liverpool (losing to Palace and Everton) can happen to Arsenal or us as well.”

With this victory, Manchester City will still be on their way to winning the Premier League championship. Still creating excellent results, follow 5 interesting statistics after the game.

Manchester City are unbeat in 30 games in all competitions (Won 24, Draw 6), making Manchester City the third team in England who have not lost more than 30 matches, behind Nottingham Forest. 40 matches in 1978 and Manchester United did it twice, 34 matches in 1993-94 and 33 matches in 1998-99.

Manchester City are the fourth team to score four or more goals in four consecutive Premier League games, after Manchester United in April 2000, Manchester City in May 2022 and Arsenal. Noel in March 2024.

Kevin De Bruyne’s goal was his 68th in 255 Premier League appearances. But it was the first time he had head a goal in a match.

Phil Foden scores his 50th (and 51st) Premier League goal. He became the third player to score 50 top-flight goals under. Manager Pep Guardiola while aged 23 or younger, joining Lionel Messi and Erling. Haaland.

In Kyle Walker’s 390th Premier League appearance. He recorded two assists in the same game for the first time in the competition.