Manchester City open up largest margin at Christmas in English top-flight history

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The 4-0 win also meant Guardiola's side have now won 17 Premier League games in a row, bettering his record at Barcelona where he won 16 consecutive La Liga games, but is still two short of the personal best recorded with Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga when he managed the Bavarian giants to 19 league wins between October 2013 and March 2014.

Asmir Begovic attempted to play the ball out of his penalty area with a horde of City players around, instead of lumping it, and paid the price as the ball was intercepted and Fernadinho's clipped cross was headed into the back of the net by a diving Sergio Aguero in the 27th minute.

"He is a special player, a legend and I am so happy when he plays good and he is scoring goals", Guardiola said.

Aguero scored twice as City beat Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday to claim a 17th straight Premier League victory and maintain a scintillating pace at the top of the table.

"I was a football player and I understand when players are substituted or don't play they are sad and upset".

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'I know the players who normally don't play are upset, but all the team deserve to play.

Over a fifth of City's goals in 2017 came from one outlet, with Argentina worldwide Sergio Aguero netting 22 times in the league. "I'm delighted to have him here with Gabriel and all the squad". "I try to have the best relationship as possible with my players", said the manager.

"He will decide everything about his future and his life". The important thing is that they have respect between each other. I am so happy.

'The space was nearly impossible to find and we were lucky to score the first goal but the second helped us a lot. And then in the last 20 minutes they played, they pushed up and after that we played really well again.

"In football always you can improve, individually or collectively, so it is not a target to be flawless - it does not exist in the world", he said.