Confirmed: Most Ever Consecutive Wins in English Football History - MCFC

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  1. waspish

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  2. scousemanc

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    Regarding the Wolves result, the way I see it is this:
    In the league there are 3 possible results; win, draw, lose
    In the cup there are only 2 possible results; win, lose.
    And there are 3 possible ways of winning a cup tie; win after 90 minutes, win after 120 minutes, win on penalties
     
  3. karen7

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    Man City’s 31 points and a +31 goal difference is the best-ever start to a #PL season after 11 games
     
  4. calum down

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    what day is it!
    let alone, even in the simplest of english terms, "0-0. manchester city win 4-1 on penalties" states the obvious as fact.
    win.
    it couldn't be any clearer.
    we won the game.
     
  5. FrankSwift1

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    haha. made me laugh.
     
  6. Abattoir Blue

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    Bang on.

    Though the pedant in me would add that in *this* cup tie only two results were possible. In others a draw is possible - in a 2 legged tie or in the early rounds of the FA Cup leading to a replay.
     
  7. Gingers Dad

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    The match was a draw. The tie was settled by penalties after the match had finished. That's why a penalty scored in the shoot out doesn't go on a players goal tally.
     
  8. salfordbluetrue

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    when I got home i watched the full match replays their were several different commentaries but one did say if city win this it will equal tottenhams 1966 record for the best start to the top flight ever, not just the pl, so guess what that means in our next game?
    strange no one else has mentioned this
     
  9. Dax777

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    Lol
     
  10. gordondaviesmoustache

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    There's actually 4. You forgot to include having Alan Wilkie as the ref.
     

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