Manchester City's 100th Premiere League home win under Pep Guardiola was confirmed as they defeated Liverpool on Saturday 4-1. Guardiola has attained this sensational landmark in just 128 home matches. Pep Guardiola reaches amazing height of winning 100 home games in just 128 matches The great Arsene Wenger had the previous record of closing 100 EPL home wins in the fastest time. He did it in just 139 games. Now, Guardiola breaks his record to reach 100 home wins in just 128 games. He was very excited about how his side performed against Liverpool. With the first strike from Mo Salah, City were lagging behind. However, they're in the game soon with strikes from Julian Alvarez, Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Jack Grealish. In an interview after the game, Pep Guardiola described it to be the best of City's games during his tenure at the club. He said, "It was a perfect performance. Well played really, really well in all departments. One of the best performances in these seven years." City's stats during these 128 games During those 128 matches, City has smashed 360 goals at an average of 2.88 per game and allowed just 102 at an average of 0.79 per game. The reigning Premier League winners have failed to bag the trophy at home just twice in all competitions this term, being defeated by Brentford and tying with Everton on either side of the World Cup. Read More: FC Barcelona transfer news: Barca forced to sell important players, what are the names?