Man City won the match with 9 goals
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Man City won the match with 9 goals

*Goals: Nathan Ake 16′, Nordi Mukiele 28′ own goal, Riyad Mahrez pen 45’+2, Jack Grealish 56′, Joao Cancelo 75′, Gabriel Jesus 85′ – Christopher Nkunku 42′, 51′ & 73′

Red card: Angelino 79′

RB Leipzig deserve praise for the courage they showed when they rallied at the end of the first half and the first half of the second half.

RB Leipzig midfielder Nordi Mukiele scored an own goal, giving Man City a goal to increase the score to 2-0.

Etihad Stadium witnessed Man City’s most satisfying football party in the European Cups.

The 6-3 result also helped Man City increase their unbeaten streak in the Champions League group stage to 18 matches, of which 14 were victories.

But behind those bright spots, Man City still leaves many concerns.

Man City won the match with 9 goals

Nkunku scored the second of his three goals in this match, but only added spice to Man City’s feast of eye-catching goals.

In the 42nd minute, Olmo dropped the ball to the left for Forsberg to cross in.

Man City regained their two-goal lead in first half stoppage time, with a penalty that Mahrez successfully took after VAR determined that the ball from Ferran Torres’s header touched Klostermann’s hand.

The chase continued intensely a few minutes later.

Man City won the match with 9 goals

Cancelo fired a cannon to increase the score to 5-3 for Man City.

But Man City only really felt comfortable from the 79th minute, after the away team’s left-back Angelino received an indirect red card for a tackle on Cancelo.

In the next match on September 29, Man City met PSG – the team surprisingly let Club Brugge draw 1-1 in the opening match despite the trio of Lionel Messi – Kylian Mbappe and Neymar starting.

Competition list

Man City: Ederson – Cancelo, Dias, Ake, Zinchenko – Rodrigo (Fernandinho 59′), De Bruyne (Foden 71′), Bernardo (Gundogan 59′) – Grealish (Jesus 81′), Torres (Sterling 72′), Mahrez

Subs: Carson, Slicker, Walker, Palmer, Lavia.

RB Leipzig: Gulacsi – Klostermann, Orban, Mukiele, Angelino – Laimer (Haidara 60′), Adams – Olmo (Brobbey 72′), Forsberg (Szoboszlai 61′), Nkunku (Gvardiol 83′) – Andre Silva (Poulsen 60′)

Subs: Martinez, Simakan, Moriba, Henrichs, Kampl.

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