Manchester City's Phil Foden has set a tough record amid Corona Virus pandemic.
Statistics uncovers that he is the first player to score 29 goals under the lead of Pep Guardiola.
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Two days have ticked by since City officials bore in to pressure abandoning their dream of a take away competition.
This was met by an applause from the Slovenian Lawyer and football administrator Alexander Ceferin.
The UEFA President considered the American Super League a threat to the future of UEFA Championship competitions and football as a whole.
Their withdrawal had been rewarded by assurance that they would not face any sanctions from current competitions.
This had rejuvenated their efforts as City players went asunder on their Aston Villa counterparts on their last match.
Foden's goal was exactly his 50th in his Manchester City career.
The latter has scored 29 goals on top of 21 assists.
No other player in City has ever scored more than 29 or contributed 50 goals under Pep Guardiola's tenure.
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