The victory took City's totals for wins, points and goals in the Premier League this season 31, 97 and 105 - all new records in the competition.
City marked Yaya Toure's final match at the Etihad Stadium here on Wednesday night with a comfortable victory over a Brighton side already assured of staying in the EPL for another season, reports EFE news agency.
Along the way, City have broken and equalled a number of records in this campaign.
This content is restricted to site members. "But (this season) we've done better than the others, we can not deny".
It was not all plain sailing for City - Danilo's 16th minute opener, superbly crafted by the exceptional Leroy Sane, was cancelled out by Leonardo Ulloa following Claudio Bravo's error.
A point for Huddersfield also ensures Swansea will join West Brom and Stoke in being relegated to the Championship barring a 10-goal swing in goal difference between the Welsh side and Southampton on the final day of the season on Sunday.
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Neil Etheridge may be the busiest man in the Premier League next season but he knows each game will be a thriller in Manila. There will be two Welsh clubs in England's top division next season if Swansea manages to stay in the Premier League.
"I told him, you have to come to City".
Only the most preposterous turnaround can spare Swansea City from relegation on the final Sunday of the Premier League season but if any team can help fashion this mission improbable, it is Pep Guardiola's dazzling Manchester City.
The Ivorian midfielder, now 34, has racked up more than 300 appearances for the club following a 2010 move from Barcelona, becoming one of the club's most recognisable stars in recent history.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Manchester City number one Ederson has just added another tattoo to his collection of body art down his leg.
"The MLS is a physical league but, if his mind is on it, I would have no doubts he could play there for a year or two".
Yaya Toure will turn down lucrative offers from China and the Middle East to continue playing for less money in the Premier League.