Manchester City celebrated a 1-0 victory over Arsenal on Sunday as Raheem Sterling scored the only goal of the game in the 2nd minute. With the win, City are currently unbeaten in 18 straight games in all competitions and are leading the Premier League table with 59 points, 10-points ahead of second-placed Manchester United and third-placed Leicester City.
Following the game, Kevin De Bruyne took to Twitter to react to the win. De Bruyne made his return to the squad during City's 3-1 win over Everton from a hamstring injury. He started from the first minutes against the Gunners and was replaced in the 63rd minute as Gabriel Jesus replaced him.
Taking to Twitter De bruyne wrote: "Felt great to play some more minutes and grab the win!"
Several other City stars also took to Twitter to react to the game.