2012 Manchester City vs 2022 Manchester City – All Stats You Need To Know

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Here are the stats difference of Manchester City between their 2011/12 and 2021/22 season

Can you think of you favorite Manchester City moment? Pep Guardiola’s Man City has won the 2021/22 Premier League title after having an iconic final day fixture against Aston Villa.

Manchester City is arguably the best team in Premier League history. This article will tell you about Man City’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats (2012)

Attack

  • Goals – 93
  • Goals per match – 2.45
  • Penalties scored – 7
  • Shots – 738
  • Shots on target – 250
  • Shooting accuracy – 34%
  • Hit wood work – 21
  • Big chances missed – 86

Team Play

  • Passes – 20,863
  • Passes per match – 549.03
  • Passes accuracy – 86%
  • Crosses – 843
  • Cross accuracy – 22%

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 51
  • Red cards – 5
  • Fouls – 0
  • Offsides – 85

Also Read: The untold story of Paul Pogba

Defence

  • Clean Sheets – 17
  • Goals Conceded – 29
  • Goals Conceded per match – 0.76
  • Saves – 2
  • Tackles – 694
  • Blocked shots – 212
  • Interceptions – 631
  • Clearances – 930
  • Headed Clearance – 267

Individual

  • Appearances – 38
  • Goals – 93
  • Goals conceded – 29
  • Wins – 28
  • Loses – 5

Manchester City fans will never forget two of the greatest moments they witnessed with their own eyes. The first one being the goal that Sergio Aguero scored in 2012 and the other goal being the one scored by Ilkay Gundogan against Aston Villa.

However, Sergio Aguero’s era at Etihad Stadium will always be considered as one of the greatest stints in football history. Although his only regret was not able to win the UEFA Champions League with them.

All-Time Stats (2022)

Attack

  • Goals – 99
  • Goals per match – 2.61
  • Penalties scored – 7
  • Shots – 713
  • Shots on target – 254
  • Shooting accuracy – 36%
  • Hit wood work – 24
  • Big chances missed – 87

Team Play

  • Passes – 26,132
  • Passes per match – 687.68
  • Passes accuracy – 90%
  • Crosses – 869
  • Cross accuracy – 19%

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 42
  • Red cards – 2
  • Fouls – 188
  • Offsides – 66

Also Read: The untold story of Paul Pogba

Defence

  • Clean Sheets – 21
  • Goals Conceded – 26
  • Goals Conceded per match – 0.68
  • Saves – 62
  • Tackles – 498
  • Blocked shots – 211
  • Interceptions – 279
  • Clearances – 368
  • Headed Clearance – 190

Individual

  • Appearances – 38
  • Goals – 99
  • Goals conceded – 26
  • Wins – 29
  • Loses – 3

Guardiola was the happiest person in Man City dressing room and he was seen celebrating like crazy with his players. He admitted it was one of the most special moments of his life as his side showed that ‘never give up’ spirit.

“The last game is special. A lot of emotion against a good Aston Villa team. We are playing in non normal circumstances. We had to handle it,” he said.

“After their second goal it was really difficult. It was ‘get the first goal’, then we had momentum and our people did the rest.

“Gundo is the best runner we have. After we equalised, we had the feeling we could score again. Winning at home with our fans is the best.”