Manchester City overcame the absence of David Silva to ease the victory over Tottenham at the Union Stadium on Saturday.
Rahim Stirling scored twice with Manchester City's record-breaking streak in the Premier League to 16 games with a 4-1 victory over Tottenham.
Despite Talismanique David Silva, who scored four goals in his last three games, missing the league game for the first time this season, Pep Guardiola won each launcher to conquer a clear 14 points move from his closest Manchester United rivals at the top of the table.
Elkay Gandujan free header from the angle gave the city early in the lead before Kevin de Bruen doubled their advantage with his left foot drive 20 minutes of time.
The team can even see that substitute Gabriel Jesus misses a penalty before the sterling scored a late goal, taking England's international record of the season to 15.
10 – Leroy Sané has participated in 10 goals in eight Premier League games this season (5 goals, 5 assists); more than any other player. Thrilling. pic.twitter.com/i6v7JdXOnj
– OptaJoe 16 December 2017
Christian Eriksen suffered a late lead, but Tottenham, who will reach seventh place if Liverpool avoid defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday, has been fully classified on the road, meaning that he now claims only one point from his last five trips Away from Wembley Stadium.
The score sees Guardiola equal to the best winning streak he was supervising while he was in charge of Barcelona, although his current crop is still three shy to match the 19 game run Bayern Munich squad managed from the Bundesliga campaign 2013-14. In this model, it is difficult to see when the range will come to an end.