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Manchester City down Aston Villa

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City picked up another vital three points away to Aston Villa against a resurgent Villians led by Steven Gerrard.

Ruben Dias opened the scoring just before the half-hour mark, firing home from outside the area with a left-footed effort after a Raheem Sterling cut-back evaded everyone in the penalty area.

Then, the stage was stolen by Bernardo Silva.

The ball was played out of the Manchester City defence, and reached Gabriel Jesus, who lofted the ball across to the Portuguese midfielder.

Just a yard inside the penalty box, Silva met the ball on the full, crashing a beautiful volley past Emiliano Martinez and into the roof of the net.

A second-half Ollie Watkins goal left the result in suspense, but the Citizens prevailed to keep pace with both Liverpool and Chelsea, who both also won last night.

Guardiola beats Sir Alex to win record

Now, after the win over Aston Villa, an altogether impressive stat surrounding Pep Guardiola has emerged.

Victory over the Villians handed the Spaniard his 150th Premier League victory in charge with the Citizens. Guardiola becomes only the fourth manager to reach this total.

Perhaps tellingly about the sway of power in Manchester however, he has beaten Sir Alex Ferguson’s record, who achieved the stat in 247 games.

By contrast, Guardiola took just 204 games.

It is another victory for the noisy neighbours.

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How Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola surpassed former Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson with latest victory

Manchester City down Aston Villa

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City picked up another vital three points away to Aston Villa against a resurgent Villians led by Steven Gerrard.

Ruben Dias opened the scoring just before the half-hour mark, firing home from outside the area with a left-footed effort after a Raheem Sterling cut-back evaded everyone in the penalty area.

Then, the stage was stolen by Bernardo Silva.

The ball was played out of the Manchester City defence, and reached Gabriel Jesus, who lofted the ball across to the Portuguese midfielder.

Just a yard inside the penalty box, Silva met the ball on the full, crashing a beautiful volley past Emiliano Martinez and into the roof of the net.

A second-half Ollie Watkins goal left the result in suspense, but the Citizens prevailed to keep pace with both Liverpool and Chelsea, who both also won last night.

Guardiola beats Sir Alex to win record

Now, after the win over Aston Villa, an altogether impressive stat surrounding Pep Guardiola has emerged.

Victory over the Villians handed the Spaniard his 150th Premier League victory in charge with the Citizens. Guardiola becomes only the fourth manager to reach this total.

Perhaps tellingly about the sway of power in Manchester however, he has beaten Sir Alex Ferguson’s record, who achieved the stat in 247 games.

By contrast, Guardiola took just 204 games.

It is another victory for the noisy neighbours.

Read more:

 ‘That’s what we’re here for’ – Manchester City defender Rúben Dias reflects on upcoming December fixture congestion

Revealed: Why Yaya Toure has been at Tottenham’s training ground this week

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