Manchester City extended their record run of consecutive wins on Wednesday with a 17th Victory in a row in all competitions

Pep Guardiola’s team had already broken the previous record of 14 from Preston and Arsenal and further expanded their streak with a 3-1 win at Everton in the Premier League

This is where the PA news agency looks back on the run and those it has improved

City have set a 100 percent record since beating Southampton just before Christmas, here are the games they won

After a draw with Manchester United and West Brom, Raheem Sterling’s goal in the first half put City back on the road to victory

Gabriel Jesus’ opener was canceled by Alexandre Lacazette, but Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden and Aymeric Laporte scored a goal in the second half

Gundogan, Foden and Kevin De Bruyne made the game in 34 Minute before Callum Hudson-Odoi’s late consolation almost certain

Bernardo Silva scored two goals in the first 15 minutes, Foden added the third before the break

City had to wait 79 minutes for Silva to open the classification A late penalty from Gundogan brought the win

The second division underdogs threatened a surprise with Alfie May’s goal before Foden, Jesus and Torres scored in the last 10 minutes

Gundogan’s form continued with two goals, with Joao Cancelo and Mahrez City taking fourth and Sterling into fifth during the break

Jesus struck again early and Sterling’s goal before the break eased the fear of a comeback

Gundogan missed a penalty but atone for two goals and used Mohamed Salah’s successful free-kick for the Reds before Alisson Becker’s second costly mistake allowed Sterling to make it 3-1 and Foden added a fourth

Kyle Walker gave City the lead in the first half and Sterling and Jesus added more effort shortly after the break before Morgan Whittaker responded for the hosts

Rodri’s penalty in the first half gave City the lead The regular penalty taker Gundogan scored two goals in open play after the break

Everton 1 Man City 3, Premier League, 17 FebruaryFoden’s opener was canceled by Richarlison, but Mahrez and Silva both scored in the second half

Preston’s early dominance in English football led them to continue their “Invincible” 1888-89 season with their 14-game run three years later that hadn’t been matched in over 95 years

North End started on Dec. October 1891 with a 4-2 win over rivals Blackburn from Lancashire and scored four or more goals in six games, including a pair of sixes

Everton, Stoke, Blackburn, West Brom twice, Bolton, Derby, Notts County, Stoke, Darwen and Accrington YA were their other Division 1 victims before the FA Cup won against the short-lived Middlesbrough Ironopolis and the better-known Middlesbrough team Playing in the championship today Nottingham Forest finished the run with a 2-0 setback in the third round

Preston scored 45 goals and conceded only 10 goals with seven goals in the 14 games, but finished second in the league with five points behind Sunderland

Seven consecutive goals conceded the Gunners’ run 32 goals were ultimately scored and only five goals conceded

Forest, Doncaster twice, Wimbledon, West Ham, Charlton and Oxford were all excluded before rivals Tottenham became the first team in the episode to hit Arsenal but were still beaten 2-1

Bournemouth, Derby, Newcastle, Chelsea, Stoke and Norwich were also dispatched before a 1-0 loss to Southampton ended the run

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World News – GB – The 17-game run of Manchester City is broken down game by game