Is Pep Guardiola the best manager in the world?
When he was at Barcelona people said he couldn’t do it on a wet Tuesday night in Hoffenheim.
After moving to Bayern Munich the haters said he could only win stuff with the best teams in the world.
Well that hasn’t really changed by going to Man City but Pep is continuing to prove he operates on a different level to most of his peers.
The statistic you are about to read reflects just how dominant the teams Guardiola builds are domestically.
The former Barcelona player currently holds the longest league winning streaks in Spain, Germany and England.
We bow to you Pep.
The Stone Island don won 19 consecutive games with Bayern in the 2013/14 season, no-one could beat possibly the best club side in the world when he went on a 15-game winning streak with Barca in 2010/2011.
Then, when he moved to Man City everyone said the competition was too strong and there was no way he could make the take the same kind of iron grip on the league considering the strength of the bottom half.
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Some people were even calling him a fraud last season.
Well it’s fair to say he has proved them wrong.
City have become the most attractive team to watch in the league and have obliterated everything in front of them.
After beating United on Sunday in a fiery Manchester derby and demolishing Swansea 4-0, the Etihad side now hold the longest league winning streak in England with 15 wins on the trot.
Man City face visits Spurs and Bournemouth before Christmas, followed by Newcastle and Crystal Palace before the year is out.
Pep could have 19 wins in a row on the board before his turkey curry goes cold.