In 2017, Man City's new manager Pep Guardiola had his first trophy-less season. This season, City has opened the cheque book and made some big name signings, like Kyle Walker, Ederson Moraes, Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy. It's now a must win season for City and Guardiola. Early on are some very tough games against Liverpool and Chelsea and there is bad news for one of their big new signings.
The derby is quickly coming up, and City brace themselves for the highly competitive game versus rivals Man United. Before then, the team endure a tough away game against Serie A leaders, Napoli, in the UEFA Champions League.
Guardiola maintain City's incredible run as they enter a relentless run of games over Christmas. He warns his players about Crystal Palace on New Year's Eve. City later travel to play vs Liverpool, where they have not won for 14 years.
As City play against lower division clubs in the FA and Carabao Cups. Alongside a growing list of injuries, they pursue a big, last-minute signing and renew contracts with stars De Bruyne, Otamendi and Fernandinho.
Captain Vincent Kompany continues to motivate the City team. The Carabao Cup provides Guardiola with an opportunity to showcase up-and-coming Academy talent. Former number one goalkeeper Claudio Bravo seeks redemption.
Despite having a trophy in the bag and a big lead in the League, City persists. Pep's signature attacking style is on full show against Arsenal and Chelsea. A well-earned break gives the players an opportunity to rest in warmer climates.
City enter a defining week: the semi-finals of the Champions and wrap up the Premier in record time by winning against Manchester United. However, Guardiola's tactics are brought into question. Can his style of football succeed in England?
A shocking result back in Manchester triggers celebrations, with Kompany leading the charge. City are on the verge of breaking numerous records, but Guardiola refuses to let his team rest on their laurels. City bus makes one last journey.