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Spanish specialist Josep “Pep” Guardiola demonstrates outstanding statistics. Manchester City beat Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Champions League round of 16 return leg.
The first goal in the match was the hundredth for the “townspeople” in the current season.
In the top English division, only Manchester United managed to score as much longer – Manchester United scored 100 or more goals in nine seasons in a row, from 2004/05 to 2012/13.
According to OptaJoe, Josep Guardiola’s teams have scored at least 100 goals in all 12 seasons since the Spaniard’s first season in Barcelona in 2008.
In 686 matches, his teams scored 1,718 goals.
Earlier it was reported that Guardiola by passed Mourinho in the number of victories in the Champions League.