The £10million eight-part documentary - filmed by Amazon Prime - gives us a behind-the-scenes gander at Pep Guardiola's successfully second season in charge of the Citizens, during which he led them to League Cup glory, followed by the Premier League title, in record-breaking fashion.
City just beat Arsenal on the road last week and is looking to build momentum despite losing star Kevin de Bruyne for three months due to a knee injury.
Pick up the Kit of Champions at the City Store! Still, it's a Premier League and a match worth watching. Only Alan Shearer (11) has managed more than the Argentine in the competition.
The Argentine skilfully held off his marker, twisting and turning before lobbing the ball over keeper Ben Hamer, who had advanced to the edge of his area, from the edge of the area. We could not attack in this way past year because we did not have Benjamin Mendy, he is so clever to go up and down.
But when asked whether City would make an offer to Marchisio in response to losing De Bruyne to injury, Guardiola said: "No".
"He will be out two and a half to three months", the coach said to reporters.
The former Spain worldwide, who this week announced his retirement from his national team, curled a magnificent 25-yard left-foot free-kick into the top right-hand corner of the Huddersfield goal.
The documentary series, titled All or Nothing: Manchester City, was released on Friday and was met with glowing reviews by those looking to get a glimpse into the reality of being a Premier League footballer.
- Silva's strike was his first ever direct free-kick goal in a league match in any of Europe's top five divisions.
The striker met yet another risky left-wing cross from Mendy, twisting acrobatically to shoot across his body and into the goal from six yards.
After a frustrating opening 25 minutes Aguero commenced the scoring with a sumptuous chip which opened the floodgates.