So, Manchester City's winning streak continues.
The Citizens have now won their last 18 consecutive games in the Premier League, one short of the record in Europe's top five leagues held by Bayern Munich, who were also managed by Pep Guardiola.
They're now 15 points ahead of their bitter rivals Manchester United and the title race is sadly, already a formality.
The only big question left is, how long can the winning run continue?
Because at the moment, they look unstoppable and there really is a distinct possibility that Guardiola's side can emulate Arsenal's 'Invincibles' from 2003/04.
What is more, they have literally played every team off the park, with none of their victories coming courtesy of luck.
And now, a brilliant video has surfaced detailing their most potent weapon of all; the deadly one-two pass move.
Just watch below and marvel at Guardiola's impact on this City side. Tiki-taka is alive and well.
VIDEO: CITY'S ONE-TWOS
It's just brilliant to watch.
The likes of Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane have all been the perfect exponents of Guardiola's philosophy, with the full-backs also contributing heavily.
It's simply no wonder every opponent has struggled to keep up, with City possessing so many attacking avenues to break down even the toughest of defences.
Back in January of 2017, Guardiola raised concerns about the lack of passing from teams in the Premier League, a period where his City side were struggling.
"We have to work more on our games," he said. "So what I would like to see from my team in the future - because still the ball is up and down, up and down - is to try to put it on the floor and play more.
"So the only way you have success in this year is to play more with the ball, knowing it's not easy here, but we have to insist that is the only way.
"But we are happy we concede few goals [in recent games], yes, of course."
Well, he appears to have put this into practice in the most potent way possible.
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