Belgium playmaker De Bruyne was in a different form as Manchester City beat relegated Norwich City 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium, scoring two fine goals and setting up Raheem Sterling for another.

His part for Sterling’s effort, City’s third in their final game of the domestic season, was his 20th top-flight assist of the season, putting him level with Henry’s benchmark for Arsenal in the 2002-03 campaign.
I have got two more – you guys took two away from me that I am still claiming so for me I was already above [Henry],” De Bruyne said about levelling the benchmark of a man who was his former assistant coach with Belgium.

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