Manchester City have won 22 consecutive home matches in all competitions, the second-longest run in history by an English top-flight side, behind a 24-game streak by Sunderland between December 1890 and April 1892 (including a replayed win).
Bournemouth have won none of their 19 league games against Manchester City (D2 L17), the most any side has ever faced another without winning in English Football League history.
With one goal and four assists at the age of 21 years and 161 days, Jeremy Doku became both the youngest player in Premier League history with five goal involvements in a single game, as well as the youngest player to assist four goals in a single game.
Manchester City have had a 3 or more goal lead at half-time in 28 games in the Premier League since Pep Guardiola took charge, almost twice as many times as any other side during this period (Tottenham, 15).
Bournemouth have six points from 11 games in the Premier League this season – converting to three-points-per-win all-time, only in 1994-95 have they had fewer points at this stage of a league campaign in England’s top four tiers (4).