3 things we learned as Manchester City extend Premier League lead to 13 points
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On Saturday, February 27, Manchester City recorded a -1 home win against West Ham United in a Premier League fixture played at the Etihad Stadium.
Ruben Dias put Manchester City in front but was canceled out by Michail Antonio.
John Stones would score what turned out to be the winner as Manchester City held on for the win.
Manchester City now has a 13 point lead against second-placed Manchester United in the Premier League title race.
Here are three things we learned from the game
In what was just his 273rd game in charge of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola picked up his 200th victory with the Citizens – the fewest games needed by a manager of an English top-flight side to reach 200 wins in all competitions. Legacy.
Man City are unbeaten in their last 27 games in all competitions (W24 D3), the second-longest such run in their history (28 games, Apr-Dec 2017). They have now also extended the longest ever winning run by a top-flight side in all comps to 20 matches.
No Premier League defender has scored more goals in all competitions this season than John Stones (4), with all four of his strikes coming in 2021. Resolution
Manchester City’s victory against West Ham saw Pep Guardiola pick up his 500th victory in charge of a top-flight side in all competitions (Barcelona 179 wins, FC Bayern Munich 121, Manchester City 20