Manchester City celebrated another historic achievement on Saturday by setting a new club record of 17 consecutive unbeaten games thanks to a 2-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over Everton.
The result tonight at Goodison Park saw Pep Guardiola’s team break the record previously set by Joe Royle’s City team between January and September 1999.
Now the club has won 14 games and three draws in 17 games without a loss, setting a new club record.
Running this record and City’s top form away from home started with the November 1-0 success in the Champions League at Olympiakos, and since then, City has gone through an outstanding form in all four races.
This is just the latest in a series of extraordinary historic achievements for Pep Guardiola’s squad this season.
City have already set a new record for the longest winning streak in major league history going to 21 consecutive wins between December and March in all competitions.
The Citizens also won all nine competitive matches in January, mostly by a team in the top four levels of English football in a single month since the formation of the Football League in the distant year 1888.
Moreover, City also equaled their own record by passing 28 unbeaten games in all competitions.
The team from Eithad is currently 14 points away from second place in the Premier League, in the fourth consecutive final of the Carabao Cup, in the quarterfinals of the Champions League and now in the semifinals of the FA Cup. / Telegraphy /