A flip-book of one of City's greatest moments and a stylish Pep Guardiola have been this week's stars of the internet.

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It's impossible for any City fan to forget Sergio Aguero's title-winning goal in 2012; in fact, ask football fans all over the world and they will talk of the drama of that day.

Since then there have been many ways to relive those closing moments as Kun bore down on goal to seal the title, but now you can get it in flip-book format.

Still sends tingles down the spine, that one. 


Pep Guardiola lives in style. Whether it's his brand of football or fashion sense, our boss is aware of what looks good.

That's why he's the latest cover star of the Spanish version of GQ; a job that involves posing for lots of photos and smiling a lot, as shown by the video below.

Making history

Talking of titles and historic moments, City Women made some of their own last week when they guaranteed the FA Women's Super League title with a game to spare.

A 2-0 victory over reigning champions Chelsea in front of a record crowd attracted the attention of the wider public.

So much so...Toni Duggan woke up on Monday morning to find her celebration dominating the front page of The Guardian - a potential watershed moment for the women's game.

City Women can complete the domestic double on Sunday when they face Birmingham City in the Continental Cup final at the Academy Stadium.

Visit the ticket office for information on how you can be there. 


With great success comes...many words spoken about the legacy of your team.

After the dust had settled on last Sunday's FAWSL title victory at the Academy Stadium, focus turned to what it all means.

The I looked at how City have come to conquer and improve the women's game in this country, with this piece from Glenn Moore.


When you score wonderful goals, like Gundogan's strike against Bournemouth, it's important to appreciate them. That's why we found this graphic from Mundial so enticing...


He may be injured at the moment but what makes Kevin De Bruyne tick? How does he pick out passes most of us couldn't dream of? How does he cover so much ground?

This technical and tactical analysis of our Belgian from The Telegraph's JJ Bull certainly taught us a few things.


David Faupala is currently on loan at Dutch club NAC Breda, alongside fellow City youngsters Ashley Smith-Brown and Brandon Barker.

After defeating De Graafschap last week, Faupala and his teammates celebrated with the fans in a fairly unique way.


The list of nominees for the Golden Boy 2016 award have been announced and there are three Blues sitting proudly on the selection of the 40 best footballers under 21. 

Kelechi Iheanacho, Leroy Sane and Olivier Ntcham are all on there and you can vote for them to follow in the footsteps of Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling right now.

That’s all for this week – remember to tweet in your suggestions for next week’s round-up to @mancity