3 reasons behind Manchester City's dominance this season
#2. Team chemistry
Most teams would suffer from their main playmaker out for months with injury but not this Manchester City side. Despite missing a talisman like Kevin De Bruyne, they have proved to be effective as always.
Manchester City in full flow is a pleasure to watch for football fans all over the world irrespective of the club they support. Even in the absence of Kevin De Bruyne, they have managed to outplay teams with their superb link-up play between themselves.
Manchester City has already scored 40 goals in 13 games in the Premier League, averaging just over 3 goals per game and they have scored 6 goals against two teams already this season.
Their cohesiveness and excellent partnerships provide a typical harmony in their game which makes them out of the reach of their rivals. For instance, their goal against Manchester United this season comprising of 44 passes is a testament to how good their team chemistry is this season.
With the likes of David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva and Sergio Aguero, they can seemingly thread passes, pick up teammates and penetrate defences at will, rendering their opponents almost useless at times. It is quite clear that opponents are yet to find a way to stop their attacking prowess so far.