2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
7-1-0, 1st in English Premier League
John Stones
19hDavid Mooney

Don't panic, City's passing game works

City tried to play their way out of trouble against Napoli and it didn't always work. But trust in Pep Guardiola's method - it has brought success.

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21hAdriana Garcia

Pep dedicates win to imprisoned Catalans

Pep Guardiola dedicated Manchester City's win over Napoli to two pro-Catalan independence leaders imprisoned in Madrid for charges of sedition.

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1dJack Rathborn

De Bruyne agent pushing for new deal

Kevin De Bruyne's agent wants to use Neymar's pay as a bargaining chip in contract talks with Manchester City. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Pep: Man City had to be incredible against Napoli (1:31)
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Tactics Board: Breaking down City's first 30 minutes (2:52)
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1dSimon Curtis

Gabriel Jesus, John Stones star vs. Napoli

Gabriel Jesus was tireless and John Stones was peerless as Man City's opening surge was enough to guide Pep Guardiola's side to a 2-1 win vs. Napoli.

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Sights and Sounds: City, Liverpool stand out (1:07)
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Is Kevin De Bruyne on Messi and Ronaldo's level? (2:52)
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How Man City broke down Napoli (3:48)
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1dJonathan Smith

Pep: Napoli one of the best I have faced

Pep Guardiola felt Manchester City needed to be "perfect" to extend their winning run after reiterating that Napoli are among the best in Europe.

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1dJohn Brewin

Man City start fast, hold on late vs. Napoli

After flying out to a 2-0 lead, Man City were nearly punished for not putting Napoli away, but held on for dear life to a 2-1 win, writes John Brewin.

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Stones disappointed to miss out on clean sheet (2:08)
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Man City 2-1 Napoli: Sterling, Jesus lift City (2:49)
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The Sweeper: Walker's Lion King tribute (1:15)
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2dESPN staff

Barca, Man City eyeing Dortmund's Weigl

According to AS, Barcelona and Manchester City are both monitoring the 22-year-old, whose new deal with Dortmund continues through 2021.

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Extra Time: Man City among Europe's best, Newcastle's future (5:09)
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Can anyone stop Manchester City? (2:42)
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Player Power Rankings: Icardi impeccable (2:11)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference251st
Goals Scored291st
Assists261st
Goals Conceded42nd