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Manchester City - Feyenoord
Champions League - 21 November 2017
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FULL TIME: City win 1-0 courtesy of Sterling's 88th minute winner while Foden came on to become the club's youngest Champions League debutant. Thanks for following the game, stick with us for all the reaction to the night's action.
Feyenoord have two more minutes to try to snatch a point.
- OffRaheem SterlingManchester City
- OnBrahim DíazManchester City
Diaz comes on for the goal-scorer Sterling.
The goal is harsh on Feyenoord but they switched off momentarily from a throw-in.
- GoalRaheem SterlingManchester City
GOAL FOR CITY! Sterling lofts the ball into the top corner after trading passes with Gundogan following a throw-in.
- Yellow cardDaniloManchester City
Danilo takes one for the team by running into Basacikoglu as he burst forward.
After their poor run in the Eredivisie which has left them slumped in mid-table, Feyenoord deserve a lot of credit for the way they have defended.
Napoli are now 3-0 up on Shakhtar so City will take top spot if it stays like this in Group F.
CLOSE! City win a corner down the right. Its a pinpoint delivery from Silva for Jesus who flashes a header wide.
- OffSteven BerghuisFeyenoord
- OnBilal BasacikogluFeyenoord
Berghuis is making way for Bilal Basacikoglu.
Feyenoord have a promising move but Larsson's pass is poor and the ball goes out of play.
- OffYaya TouréManchester City
- OnPhil FodenManchester City
Foden, nicknamed the Stockport Iniesta, comes on for his Champions League debut to replace Toure.
AGUERO MISS: Silva lofts a sublime ball into the box, Aguero chests it down and lashes it wide from close range. What a miss!
- OffKevin DiksFeyenoord
- OnBart NieuwkoopFeyenoord
Niuewkoop is on for the visitors.
Is a tad surprising Feyenoord have not made an attacking change given they are bottom of the group and need a win to try and climb to third place in the group.
GOOD SAVE: Larsson scoops the ball over the City defence for Berghuis whose drive is tipped over by Ederson.
CLOSE! Amrabat concedes a free-kick with a late challenge. Toure's free-kick is stopped by Jones' fingertips, that was a great save.
City have only had four goalless draws in 74 matches under Guardiola.
- OffKevin De BruyneManchester City
- OnGabriel JesusManchester City
That is De Bruyne's last contribution as he makes way for Gabriel Jesus.
CLOSE! De Bruyne with a low drive from the edge of the box which goes agonisingly wide.
- Yellow cardKevin De BruyneManchester City
CHANCE! De Bruyne will miss the next game after tripping Boetius on the edge of the box. Larsson's free-kick flies narrowly over, he got some decent curl on it.
Napoli have taken the lead against Shakhtar courtesy of Insigne. If it stays like this, City will top the group.
- Yellow cardTonny VilhenaFeyenoord
Mangala, playing in his first Champions League game since April 2016, is booked for a rash challenge.
Guardiola looks very animated on the touchline as City continue to try to slice open the Feyenoord defence by going through the middle.
- Yellow cardTonny VilhenaFeyenoord
Vilheuna is shown the game's first yellow for tripping Toure from behind, he can have few complaints with that.
The home fans boo as Walker is wrongly flagged off-side after running onto De Bruyne's lofted ball into the box, that was a poor decision.
AGUERO CHANCE! This is turning into deja-vu for the hosts, the Argentine this time collecting the ball 25 yards out in space and lashing a drive over the bar.
CLOSE! Danilo whips in a cross for Aguero who mis-hits an acrobatic volley before teeing up De Bruyne who fires his shot over the bar.
Foden and Diaz receive a cheer as they warm up waiting for their chance.
De Bruyne fires in a low cross which Van Beek puts behind with a mis-hit clearance. The visitors managed to deal with the danger from the corner.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF: City get the second period underway.
- End of 1st Half
HALF TIME: It is 0-0 despite City creating a string of chances and Silva missing a sitter. Feyenoord have defended well and looked more threatening as the half wore on.
Sterling wins a free-kick near the left side of the box after being shoved by Amrabat. De Bruyne's delivery is whipped in but the visitors clear.
The visitors have looked more threatening in the last ten minutes, especially Larsson.
GOOD GOALKEEPING! Ederson shows impressive speed to race off his line to block Vilhena's effort.
City have created a hatful of chances but look slightly off their game perhaps given they have already sealed their passage to the last 16.
BERNARDO MISS! Sterling with a good run across the box before teeing up Silva whose tame side-footed effort is straight at the keeper. He should have belted that in.
CLOSE! Nifty footwork from Larsson who twists past two players and curls a shot from inside the area narrowly wide, Ederson looked to have it covered.
STERLING SHOT! The England winger fires in a shot from distance that Jones parries into the air, that was unorthodox to say the least.
CLOSE! Lovely footwork from De Bruyne on the wing who dinks in a cross for Aguero whose header at the near post goes over, he should have done better from there as he was unmarked.
CHANCE FOR CITY! Toure finds Aguero who tees up Gundogan whose whipping effort from around 20 yards flies over the bar.
City were 3-0 up at this stage in the corresponding game in Rotterdam ten weeks ago, the Dutch side look more robust defensively tonight.
A rare lapse of concentration from Ederson, miscontrolling the ball before rushing to clear it and taking out Boetius in the process. The Brazilian is a lucky boy.
PENALTY SHOUT! De Bruyne finds Aguero who goes down easily after Amrabat has his arms around him. The referee waves play on.
We have reached the midway point of the half. City have dominated but their final ball has been off target with the exception of De Bruyne.
CHANCE! De Bruyne intercepts the ball and finds Aguero whose shot from the edge of the area is straight at the keeper. Overall the visitors have defended solidly.
Aguero whips in a cross which Sterling runs onto but he cannot get a shot away at the far post from a tight angle.
Jones with another rash decision, this time with a first-time clearance that just evades Silva.
CHANCE! Berghuis' drive is blocked by Mangala for a corner. The set-piece is comfortably cleared by the home side.
CLOSE! Walker's cross is fumbled by Jones but he gathers it at the second attempt, that is the second time the keeper has dropped the ball in recent minutes.
Gundogan is floored by a late challenge by Tapia but looks to be okay.
CLOSE! City have a corner after De Bruyne's sumptuous first-time cross is put behind. The delivery falls to Danilo whose shot from 25 yards goes narrowly wide.
The visitors have already done better compared to the game in Rotterdam in September when they fell behind to an early John Stones goal.
Bright start from the hosts, Feyenoord look nervous. Walker sends in a low cross but the keeper collects.
Interesting that Pep has kept his in-form players in the starting XI in Sterling, Aguero and De Bruyne despite the busy schedule ahead over the next couple of months. The Argentine nearly finds Sterling with a through ball but the visitors clear.
Few are predicting anything but a City win tonight as Feyenoord have lost 3-1 in each of their last three away Champions League matches.
KICK OFF! Ivan Kruzliak blows his whistle and Feyenoord get the game underway.
Five minutes until kick-off!
City cruised to a 4-0 win over Feyenoord in September. Since then, Guardiola's side have won all of their 13 matches. But the Dutch side have only managed three victories from 13 games with six defeats.
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Jens Toornstra replaces the suspended Karim El Ahmadi in midfield for the visitors while the captain's armband will be worn by keeper Brad Jones Bart Nieuwkoop is replaced at right-back by Kevin Diks and striker Nicolai Jørgensen is out due to illness. Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side are yet to register a point from four group games.
England Under-17 star Phil Foden and highly-rated youngster Brahim Diaz are both on the bench for the hosts. Guardiola makes seven changes overall from the side that beat Leicester at the weekend with Toure, Bernardo Silva, Gundogan and Mangala all starting.
City have already sealed their place in the last 16 but can clinch top spot with victory tonight. Feyenoord cannot make the top two so the best they can hope for is third place to make the Europa League.
FEYENOORD TEAM: Jones, Haps, Tapia, Van Beek, Diks, Vilhena, Toorinstra, Amrabat, Berghuis, Boetius, Larsson.
MANCHESTER CITY TEAM: Ederson, Walker, Otamendi, Mangala, Danilo, Gundogan, Toure, De Bruyne, B. Silva, Aguero, Sterling.
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