Home advantage helps Man City enter the euphoria before Olympiakos. Mobility and ability to pass of Kevin De Bruyne to help the home team easily push your opponents on shore. Suffocating pressure of Manchester City soon brought results when Ferran Torres picked up through balls of De Bruyne has launched a devilish finish brought back opener for City.
Ferran Torres opened the scoring for Man City
Buoyed by the early goal, the home team continued to create a one-way ball before Olympiakos. However, the opportunity before the break turn the toe of players Manchester City and the 1st half ended without further goals.
Entering the 2nd half, Manchester City take the initiative to give the ball to the Olympiakos squad and play with relatively low. The main entrance of the home team this play helps represent Greece have stopped several dangerous shot towards goal but Ederson. However, the attack of the visitors made a working inefficient when turn miss the rare opportunity.
City decided to accelerate in the second half when half coach Pep Guardiola has a number of changes in personnel. Gabriel Jesus came and shot the ball away from the corner, then stopped half doubled the lead for City with 81 minutes of the tournament True minute final, is still a player coming off the bench as Joao Cancelo launched long shot too beautiful to assign the 3-0 victory for Manchester City.
The match ended with the blockbuster Cancelo
9 absolute points behind Man City 3 legged stalked help keep the top of Group C, behind them in this table is Porto with 3 points less.
Final score: Man City 3-0 Olympiakos (Agreement 1: 1-0)
Goal: Torres (12 '), Jesus (81'), Cancelo (90 ')
Man City: Ederson, Walker, Stones, Ake, Zinchenko, Foden, Gundogan, De Bruyne, Mahrez, Torres, Sterling.
Olympiakos: Sa, Rafinha, Semedo, Cisse, Holebas, M'Vila, Bouchalakis, Camara, Valbuena, Randjelovic, El Arabi.