Pep Guardiola has set a new top-flight win record after his Manchester City side claimed a 2-1 victory over Sheffield United on Sunday.
However, the European champions quickly retook the lead through Rodri, who produced a match-winning strike in the 88th minute to clinch all three points.
Guardiola was not in attendance to watch his side edge out their newly-promoted hosts, with the 52-year-old currently in Spain recovering from minor back surgery.
However, Guardiola's absence did not prevent him from reaching a managerial milestone and making English football history.
The narrow victory helped Guardiola become the fastest manager to reach 200 top-flight wins in English football, reaching the impressive landmark in 269 games.
The former Barcelona boss broke the record previously set by his old foe Jose Mourinho, who claimed 200 wins in 326 matches.
Since being appointed Man City boss in 2016, Guardiola has won multiple honours, including five Premier League titles.
During his time in charge, he has picked up 634 points, which is 55 more than Liverpool, who have been the second-best performing side during the same period.
Man City are the only Premier League side this season left with a 100% record, ensuring that they sit two points clear at the top of the Premier League table.
They Citizens will be looking to continue their winning run when they welcome Fulham to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Guardiola will once again be absent, but the Catalan coach is expected to return to the Man City dugout after the international break.No Data Analysis info