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The club is subject to the law of the strongest against City and Vanaken scores the fifth in a row |  UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

The club is subject to the law of the strongest against City and Vanaken scores the fifth in a row | UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

In the Group C match, Club Brugge failed to shine in the Champions League. Manchester City chased 5 balls against the ropes. This honor was taken care of by Hans Vanaken, and he has already scored in 5 consecutive Champions League matches.

City set the record straight before the break

“Getting a result against City will be more difficult than against PSG or RB Leipzig,” coach Philippe Clement felt before kick-off that the new points would be particularly difficult. City also had the upper hand in the kick-off with plenty of possession, high pressing and few chances.

The club, with captain Former on the bench as expected, was confined to defence, but was unable to stop the opening goal. Foden sent Cancelo deep and the Portuguese tapped the ball through Mignolet’s legs. Two previous goals were rejected by Grealish (a foul on Mata) and Laporte (offside).

Even after the opening goal, City continued to push the wheel dramatically. Nsuki dropped Mahrez in the penalty area, referee Kovacs put the ball relentlessly on the spot. The Algerian went behind the ball himself, sending Mignolet in the wrong direction and making the score 0-2 as dry as a bone.

In the extra overtime, Mahrez had a chance to add another pass from De Bruyne, but his shot was too weak to beat Mignolet again. The city had already had their affairs under control at the break.

Honoring savior Vanaken, City scores smoothly

Even after the break, the pace was too high for the club. A few minutes later, director De Bruyne saw that the international Walker hit the ball neatly into the far corner: 0-3. The books were finally closed before the hour.

City coach Guardiola felt the match was over and the great talent Cole Palmer still had half an hour to show himself. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder needed just a few minutes to make it 0-4 after a pass from Sterling past Mignolet.

Substitute Van der Prempt also showed himself at the club. At first he offered De Ketelaere another chance to head the ball, but Ederson boasted a cat-like reaction. A few minutes later, Vanaken saved the honor, the fifth consecutive goal for the Red Devils in the Champions League.

Jan Briddle came back to life after the goal of binding, but that didn’t last long. Immediately after kick-off, Mahrez appeared in front of Mignolet, and his shot went to the field.

After that, City’s hunger was satisfied and the club wanted to avoid further damage at all costs. City jumps above blue and black in the standings and is at the top at the moment. Paris Saint-Germain and Leipzig will play later tonight.

  1. The end, 8 p.m. 38. Over and closed. It’s a wrap. Manchester City leads the club and rises (for the time being) to the top after a comprehensive performance. The Citizens were oversized and scored 5 goals (Cancelo, 2 x Mahrez, Walker and Palmer). Vanaken made an honorable savior. & nbsp; .
  2. The second half, the 95th minute, the game is over
  3. Second half, minute 94. Mata is also retired, the club must finish overtime by 10. Cancelo is “Man of the Match” according to UEFA. .
  4. Second half, minute 90. Not Sterling Night. Substitute Sterling keeps kicking it, but it goes wrong again. Mata lost the wing at lightning speed, fortunately Mignolet is ready to go again. & nbsp; .
  5. The second half, the 89th minute. The problem is with Ederson. The club gets chances in the end. Lang finds a lot of feelings for Former, but Ederson came out well and took the ball off Former’s feet. Will there be another goal? .
  6. The second half, the 86th minute. And this time it’s Sterling’s turn! He can’t push Cancelo’s pass into goal for Mignolet alone. .
  7. The second half, the 86th minute. It rises and falls at lightning speed in the last minutes of this match. Dost goes into the depths, his shot disappears with a sigh next to the post. & nbsp; .
  8. The second half, the 84th minute. The number 5 is for Mahrez. Sharaf Vanaken is old news as Mahrez hits 1-5 on the field. The VAR has checked for some time, but the Man City party continues. .
  9. The second half goal, the 84th minute, was scored by Riyad Mahrez from Manchester City. 15th.
  10. Second half, 82nd minute.
  11. A goal during the second half, the 81st minute, by Hans Vanaken from Club Brugge. 1, 4.
  12. The second half, the 81st minute. Honorary savior Vanaken. Still a goal for the club! It’s again Van der Prempt with prep work and Vanaken put the ball past Ederson: a handsome saver of honour! & nbsp; .
  13. Second half, 81st minute.
  14. Second half, 79th minute. This was De Kettler’s last achievement, to be replaced by Bas Dost. & nbsp; .
  15. The second half, the 79th minute. A substitution in Club Brugge, Bas Dost entered, and Charles de Kettleri exited.
  16. Second half, 79th minute. Substitution in Club Brugge, entry by Brandon Michel, exit by Stanley Nsuki.
  17. The second half, the 78th minute. De Kitilari headed in. There is more space and the club also benefits from that. Van der Prempt plays with Cancelo and puts the ball on De Kitlere’s head, Ederson has a great showing at home. & nbsp; .
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