Raheem Sterling goal earns Manchester City their 18th Successive Win

Raheem Sterling goal earns Man City their 18th successive win.

Unbeaten City have also won a record-equalling 11 successive away matches in the English top-flight, a total matched only by Chelsea in 2008.

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Raheem Sterling goal on Wednesday at Newcastle United earned them a 1-0 win as well as their !8th Successive Win

The victory extended their lead at the top of the table to 15 points and their record-breaking winning streak to 18 matches. 

The only club in Europe's five biggest leagues to have had a longer winning run is Bayern Munich, who earned 19 consecutive victories under Guardiola in 2013-14.

“It’s okay. When you’re winning 18 games in a row, you have 10-15 minutes in that way but we are so happy.

“It’s not easy when Newcastle don’t want to play. They defend well and want to counter-attack and defend deep. It’s not easy." said Guardiola in a conference.

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City hit the woodwork three times in total — twice from Sergio Aguero and once from Kevin De Bruyne. In rare Newcastle attacks, Rolando Aarons had a first-half chip cleared off the line and Dwight Gayle headed wide late on.

Now, Guardiola is just one win away from equaling the record of 19 league victories in a row that he set with Bayern Munich in 2013-14.  

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