Man City travel to second straight in the Champions League and this time his destination was Pep Guardiola role of Marseille Velodrome. "The Citizens' expectations have a win after disappointing draws last weekend while coach André Villas-Boas expressed intention to retain one point for the team rich in defense.
Torres opened the scoring for City in the 18th minute
Man City quickly deploy the ball immediately after the opening whistle. The Marseille player also set up roadblocks with all 11 players on the field. However, the failure of a defender after 18 minutes the home side created the conditions for De Bruyne launched precision cross helped Torres flipped the ball in from close band, opened the scoring in the match.
Following the rise, Man City cornered opponent but opportunities turn passed the striker's toe visitors. Into the second half, coach Villas Boas has a few adjustments to increase the attack power of Marseille attempt to find equalize. The most dangerous chance of the home team is playing off of THAUVIN remote, but the ball wide of the goal looking to Man City.
Pep Guardiola also has waving but much more pronounced effect. 76 minutes, the ball looking to Gundogan in the penalty area and the German midfielder did not miss the opportunity to doubling. A few minutes later, a different exemplary combination of Manchester City helped Sterling easily scored from close range. Ultimately, Man City's win over Marseille airport and continue to lead Group C.
The score of the game: Marseille 0-3 Man City (H1: 0-1)
Goal: Torres 18 ', Gundogan 76', Sterling 81 '
Marseille: Mandanda, Caleta-Car, Alvaro, Balerdi, Amavi, Rongier, Kamara, Sakai, Radonjić, THAUVIN, Cuisance
Man City: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko, Gundogan, Rodri, Torres, De Bruyne, Foden, Sterling
Scoring players (According Whoscored)