Manchester City are on course to blitz a Chelsea record

After Manchester City dismantled a bewildered Swansea side at the Etihad, they moved a step closer to another Premier League title – and to breaking Chelsea’s goal record.

Under Carlo Ancelotti in 2009-10, Chelsea were a class apart, and although they won the title by a single point over Manchester United, the Italian’s side scored the most goals in a single season, with an impressive 103.

Didier Drogba ran riot, scoring almost a third of them with 29 goals, while Frank Lampard chimed in with 22 for the season.

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But City, who were crowned champions last week, are on course to break Chelsea’s punchy record.

Pep Guardiola’s team battered the Swans 5-0 in another impressive display, taking their goal tally to 98. With four games left and a scoring rate of 2.9 goals per match, they’re likely to smoke the Blues’ record with time to spare.

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