Manchester City celebrates Pep Guardiola 100th game in style as the Spaniard enjoying the best points per game ratio in Premier League history.Cityzen
spanked Arsenal 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday night as the runaway leaders restored their 16-point cushion over nearest rivals Manchester United in the table five days earlier Gunners was whipped with the same scoreline in last Sunday Caraboa Cup final in Wembley.
The 47-year-old 100th game could hardly have gone smoother as Bernardo Silva, David Silva, and Leroy Sane scored in the first half and Petr Cech ensuring the damage was not even worse with two smart stops from Sergio Aguero, denying the Argentina striker his 200th Manchester City goal.
Guardiola's squad now need to win just five of their remaining 10 games to dethroned Chelsea as the Premier League Champions.
Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach victory at the Emirates means Guardiola has won 69 percent of his matches in charge of Manchester City, losing only 13 times in all competitions, seven of those defeats coming in the league.
Guardiola has managed City in 66 Premier League games, collecting 153 points for points per game (PPG) record of 2.31.
Only Chelsea's Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino of Tottenham and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp have recorded a Premier League PPG of over 2.0 since Guardiola's arrival in English football.