In the second half thought, City’s quality started to shine through.
When de Bruyne surged into the box, Van der Hoorn caught the winger in the face with his forearm and referee Neil Swarbrick pointed to the spot.
Aguero stepped up and cooly converted his second of the game to put Guardiola’s side back in front.
And Raheem Sterling provided the icing on the cake, breaking down the field with Sergio Aguero before waltzing past Kyle Naughton and lashing the ball past Lukasz Fabianski.
The game finished at 3-1 with Guardiola’s 100 per cent record still in tact.
Full report to follow…