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Alarico Blandon | Setiembre 14, 2017, 00:42

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"But the decision is he didn't play the last game and today he is not in the squad", the 46-year-old confirmed. The Champions League is meant to provide robust competition between the continent's best teams.

Share your thoughts in the comment section or on the #AmoreNation community page. "It was a great start to our Champions League campaign".

"I spoke with him and he knows the reason why (he's not in the team)".

This will mark the first competitive clash between Feyenoord and Manchester City.

Khaldoon did not need convincing. It depends on the player'.

Aguero was involved at the start of a slick move that included David Silva and Bernardo Silva, who released Kyle Walker down the right and the Argentina striker was on hand to flash a finish across Brad Jones.

When the Abu Dhabi United Group purchased City we had just seen Sven Goren-Eriksson leave us after that 8-1 defeat against Middlesbrough.

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The midfield three will be El Ahmadi, Toornstra and Tony Vilhena.

Now managing in China with Hebei China Fortune, Pellegrini had a chat with Futbol Tactico, relayed by Sport, where the Chilean discussed the Cityzens' woes last season.

The Brazilian was influential in the game at the weekend and has impressed during his opening games as a City player.

"The deliveries were so good - Kevin De Bruyne puts it on a plate!"

Both Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane scored a brace, with the other goal coming from Sergio Aguero. The Feyenoord defenders thought he was offside but he was not.

Manchester City going without their captain Vincent Kompany, who suffering from the calf even after missing the Liverpool on Saturday.

It's taken £50million defender Stones a while to find his feet at City after joining over a year ago. "That's impossible for English teams, because the competition is very strong until the end". Manchester City were still looking for more goals, though, and on the hour mark Stones rose above Botteghin to head in his second of the game. The former Aston Villa man thought about scoring a fifth, then decided against it. Maybe Vicarage Road will prove harder than this.