The better the Premier League champions get, the more boring they become.
Tuesday night saw Pep Guardiola's side lack quality and focus, but maybe the best opponent City can face now is themselves.
With Sergio Aguero scoring four against Leicester this weekend, we have to ask: does it really matter that he doesn’t win 100 percent of his aerial duels and can’t play as a left-wing-back?
And Ryan Giggs was on hand to witness the shot, administering victory hugs afterwards.
Clearly marketed at those of us who want to stay up until four in the morning talking shit about tiki-taka.
The world is about to wave goodbye to over a tonne of gak worth around £73m, the marketing of which would have been lost on unappreciative nostrils anyway.
In light of Jose Mourinho’s latest meltdown in front of the cameras, maybe it’s time for us to admit that post-match interviews are a waste of everyone’s time.
In this week's episode of Chips, hosts Aaron and Will argue about Pep's lack of holiday cheer, whether referees should have on-field personalities, and if fans should feel guilty for enjoying the packed holiday schedule.
In the first of this week’s Premier League Previews, we look to a monied match at the top of the table, and how its meaning has changed in recent years.