Pep Guardiola led his side to a second victory over Swansea City, after beating their host during the week in the League Cup by 2-1.
Their second defeat of Swansea City which was a premier league match, ended 3-1, and gave Manchester City the maximum 18 points gotten from six matches, putting them on top of the premier league table.
The win makes Pep Guardiola the second manager to ever win his first six premier league matches after Carlos Ancelloti did same with Chelsea in the 2009-10 season.
Sergio Aguero scored a brace for City, which also made the Argentine record his eleventh goal for City in all competitions in just six appearances, while Raheem Sterling finished a counter-attack for his side which gave City the third goal.
Manchester City are the only English premier league club to have scored their first goal in first half of all their six matches played, making them a potential premier league title winner’s.