2013–14 Manchester City F.C. season
The 2013–14 season was Manchester City Football Club's 112th season of competitive football, its 85th season in the top division of English football and its 17th season in the Premier League since the league was first created, with Manchester City as one of the original 22 founder-members.
City became the fastest club in Premier League history to score 100 competitive goals in all competitions and the first to complete this feat before the end of January. They went on to score 156 goals in all competitions, breaking the previous goal aggregate record of 143 goals set by Manchester United in 1956–57.
Their 100th Premier League goal of the season was scored in the 4–0 victory over Aston Villa on 7 May 2014. This was the first time City had scored more than 100 league goals in the top English division in a season since 1957–58. Coincidentally, their 100th goal was notable for another reason, as it became the first goal in all of English league football to be decided via the Hawk-Eye system, which had been rolled out for use in English football at the start of the season.The final tally of 102 league goals was at the time the second-highest Premier League season total and one goal short of Chelsea's 2009–10 record.
This was also the first Premier League season where a team had three individual players each score more than 15 league goals (Yaya Touré, Sergio Agüero and Edin Džeko) City recorded their first silverware of the Manuel Pellegrini era on 2 March 2014, when they lifted the Football League Cup. It was the club's first triumph in the competition since 1976.On 11 May 2014, City won the Premier League for the second time in three seasons following a 2–0 win over West Ham United. It was the first time that Manchester City had won two trophies in a season since the 1969–70 season, when they won the League Cup and the Cup Winners' Cup.