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Manchester City’s emphatic latest result puts THREE Chelsea records in danger

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Manchester City’s emphatic latest result puts THREE Chelsea records in danger

Chelsea have not one, not two, but three Premier League records under threat due to Manchester City’s relentless season under Pep Guardiola.

Already confirmed league champions City, were emphatic in beating Swansea City 5-0 as they cement their authority in the English top-flight.

Chelsea have set valuable league achievements since Roman Abramovich came to SW6 in 2003 in becoming arguably the greatest club in the country during this century.

Antonio Conte

30 – Antonio Conte’s Chelsea of 2016/17 holds the most wins in a Premier League season.

However, City, who have also been propelled to the world stage since the ownership of Sheikh Mansour, want to blow some of the Blues most prized records of the modern era.

City are six points away from breaking our 2005 team’s most points in a league season (95) under Jose Mourinho. They are two wins from toppling the most wins in a league season (30) held by Chelsea last season under current manager Antonio Conte. Finally, Carlo Ancelotti’s Chelsea of 2010 scored 103 league goals, with City just six goals from breaking this record.

Whilst it’s still heartbreaking to see a club other than Chelsea lifting the title, hopefully we can still restore these fantastic accomplishments come the end of the season.

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Meleja
Meleja
2 years ago

yes ofcourse it’s been a dreadfull thing to me seeing city breaking this record.

Meleja
Meleja
2 years ago

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