LIVE: The goal festival continues: Grealish also crowns CL debut

  1. 45+2′ – Goal penalty kick – Riyad Mahrez (3 – 1)
  2. 45+1′ – Yellow – Lukas Klostermann
  3. 42 ‘- Goal – Christopher Nkunku (2 – 1)
  4. 28 ‘- Own goal – Nordi Mukiele (2 – 0)
  5. 16 ‘- Doelpunt – Nathan Aké (1 – 0) left: 2 min
  6. 12′ – Yellow – Oleksandr Zinchenko
  1. 85′ – Goal – Gabriel Jesus (6 – 3)
  2. 81 ‘- Verv. Christopher Nkunku door Josko Gvardiol
  3. 81′ – Cont. Jack Grealish by Gabriel Jesus
  4. 79 ‘- Yellow 2 – Angeliño
  5. 75 ‘- Doelpunt – João Cancelo (5 – 3)
  6. 73 ‘- Goal – Christopher Nkunku (4 – 3)
  7. 72′ – Cont. Dani Olmo by Brian Brobbey
  8. 72′ – Cont. Ferrán Torres by Raheem Sterling
  9. 71 ‘- Verv. Kevin De Bruyne by Phil Foden
  10. 61 ‘- Verv. Emil Forsberg door Dominik Szoboszlai
  11. 60′ – Cont. André Silva by Yussuf Poulsen
  12. 60′ – Cont. Konrad Laimer by Amadou Haidara
  13. 59′ – Verv. Bernardo Silva door Ilkay Gundogan
  14. 59′ – Verv. Rodri door Fernandinho
  15. 58 ‘- Yellow – Angeliño
  16. 56′ – Goal – Jack Grealish (4 – 2)
  17. 51 ‘- Goal – Christopher Nkunku (3 – 2)
  18. 49′ – Yellow – Tyler Adams

Manchester City did what it had to do in the Group of Death. Leipzig was a size too small for Manchester City today. After a crazy goal festival with no fewer than 9 goals, City is alone in the lead in the Group of Death.

Let’s kick in an open door: Manchester City definitely want to win the Champions League this year. Starting today with a loss of points against Red Bull Leipzig, the vice-champion of Germany, was therefore out of the question.

The German Red Bull team did not immediately get off to a flying start. It was played by many moving blue shirts from the first whistle. Among others Kevin De Bruyne – for the first time back in the base after his ankle –

The Dutch defender Aké turned out to be a true Flying Dutchman after fifteen minutes and headed the ball hard against the nets. City received a present from Leipzig defender Mukiele on the half hour. The Frenchman cut a cross from De Bruyne into his own goal.

City then tried to rock Leipzig to sleep to enter the dressing room with ease. Christopher Nkunku shook everyone awake with a connecting goal. The Citizens alarm went off immediately: three minutes later Mahrez blasted in the 3-1 from the spot.

In the second half, the Citizens turned the game into an unnecessary cat-and-mouse game. After defending too weak, they conceded two more goals from Nkunku. The French attacker was the best man at Leipzig and ended the match with a hat trick.

Guardiola did not like to see that City Leipzig scored a goal twice (3-2 and 4-3). Fortunately, the Spanish coach can count on a vicious attack who found the way to the net easily today.

City clawed their way to victory relatively easily via goals from Champions League debutant Jack Grealish, Joao Cancelo and substitute Gabriel Jesus. Although the defense is left with a slight hangover today.

Anyway, City did what it had to do. After the points division of Club Brugge and PSG, it only takes the lead in the Group of Death. RB Leipzig is immediately dependent on chasing with 0 points.

  1. end, 10 p.m. 55. End: 6-3! Manchester City did what it had to do in the Group of Death. Leipzig seemed a size too small for Manchester City after a crazy goalscoring festival. City thus only takes the lead in the Group of Death. FYI: Club Brugge and PSG share the points after an unexpected 1-1 score. .
  2. second half, minute 95 match over
  3. second half, minute 91. Ten to see? Ten to see? Both teams continue to play open cards. Both City and Leipzig continue to look for an extra goal. .
  4. second half, minute 86. Goal Manchester City: 6-3! Here we go again. The Citizens never miss a chance to score a goal. This time Gabriel Jesus is the killer on duty. After some fumbling in front of the goal, he smoothes out the folds flawlessly with an inside tag. .
  5. Goal during second half, minute 85 by Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City. 6, 3.
  6. second half, minute 84. City is now trying to paralyze the game for good. With a team it is already difficult to dismantle Guardiola’s radar. With 10 it seems impossible … .
  7. second half, minute 81. Substitution at RB Leipzig, Josko Gvardiol in, Christopher Nkunku out
  8. second half, minute 81. Substitution at Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus in, Jack Grealish out
  9. second half, minute 79. Leipzig must continue with 10. aj. aj. aj. To make matters worse, Leipzig also runs into a red card. It’s ex-Citizen Angelino who flies into a duel with Sterling too enthusiastically. The verdict: his 2nd yellow. .
  10. Second yellow card for Angeliño from RB Leipzig during the second half, minute 79
  11. second half, minute 76. Goal Manchester City: 5-3! As if City always has to be shaken awake by a goal against. After Unkunku’s third goal, Cancelo puts the Citizens on roses again. With a furious bang, he again creates a gap. .
  12. Goal in second half, minute 75 by Manchester City’s João Cancelo. 5, 3.
  13. second half, minute 74. Goal RB Leipzig: 4-3! There’s that damn Unkunku again. Guardiola cannot be completely satisfied. His defense is outsmarted by some balls in between. Unkunku has a taste for it and puts the ball neatly in the goal to complete his hat-trick. .
  14. Second half goal, minute 73 by RB Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku. 4, 3.
  15. second half, minute 72. Substitution at RB Leipzig, Brian Brobbey in, Dani Olmo out
  16. second half, minute 72. De Bruyne waves off. King Kev may rest. Our compatriot immediately sat back on his throne and conducted large parts of his match. Phil Foden also returns from injury in his place. .
  17. second half, minute 72. Substitution at Manchester City, Raheem Sterling in, Ferrán Torres out
  18. second half, minute 71. Substitution at Manchester City, Phil Foden in, Kevin De Bruyne out
  19. second half, minute 70. Warning shot Szoboszlai. Szoboszlai still wants to make his mark. The substitute from Leipzig came in between the lines and now tries it with a shot from the second line. It turns out to be a loose bag: the ball zooms far over the goal. .
  20. second half, minute 66.
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