Manchester City equalled the Champions League record of rivals Manchester United, following their 2-0 win at Monchengladbach in Wednesday’s first-leg tie in Germany.
A goal in each half from Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus, sealed the comfortable win for the Premier League leaders.
After dominating the early exchange Silva broke the deadlock after nodding in Portuguese compatriot Joao Cancelo’s superb cross.
While Jesus finished off from point-blank range to double his side’s lead.
Following the win Man City are now the first team to keep a clean sheet in their first four away Champions League matches in a campaign since United did so in 2010-11.
In that campaign, United went all the way to the final where they lost 3-1 to Barcelona at Wembley stadium.