Pep Guardiola, who has a history of breaking records with FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich, has now set a new all-time record for Manchester City after beating Jose Mourinho's Manchester United.
The 45-year-old won his first Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Saturday, beating his longstanding managerial rival's team 2-1.
It was Guardiola's sixth competitive win this season – four in the Premier League and two in UEFA Champions League qualification.
As a consequence, the Spaniard became the first manager in the Citizens' history to win his first six games in charge, as Squawka pointed out.
The derby victory was Guardiola's ninth triumph over Mourinho, and he has lost only three clashes to the Portuguese and drawn five.
City are the only team with a 100% record left in the Premier League, and lead the table, two points ahead of Chelsea, while United follow three points adrift in third.
Guardiola's side is one of only six teams in Europe's top five leagues who have won all their opening fixtures – the others being Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Hertha Berlin, Juventus and Genoa.
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