Stadio Karaiskaki
Champions League • Group C
  • 2nd Half
  • Olympiacos
  • Manchester City
  • GündoganDoyle
  • Gündogan
  • MasourasSoudani
  • JesusAgüero
  • MendyZinchenko
  • RodriFernandinho
  • SterlingMahrez
  • PêpêBouchalakis
  • DrägerVrousai
  • Dias
  • 1st Half
  • Olympiacos
  • Manchester City
  • Rafinha
  • Sterling
  • Foden

Olympiacos - Manchester City

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  • End of 2nd Half

FULL TIME: City carved out more than 20 chances, Olympiakos carved out zero. It was a goal from Foden which separates the teams as City seal their place in the last 16. Thanks for following the game with us..


Dias is down after an elbow and knee into the ribcage from Cisse as they both jumped for the ball.


Next up for City is home to Burnley on Saturday.


CHANCE! Fernandinho with terrible clearance and Fortounis volleys it wide from the edge of the box.

  • Tommy Doyle
    OffIlkay GündoganManchester CityYoung Thomas Doyle is on for Gundogan.
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Young Thomas Doyle is on for Gundogan.


As games have gone in this entertaining season, this one wont live long in the memory.


Soudani cuts inside from the right flank and tries his luck with a fierce drive but its blocked by the City defence and the flag is up for off-side.


The home side's tactics are baffling. Yes they have lots of injuries but theres only a goal in this game.

  • El Arabi Soudani
    OffGiorgios MasourasOlympiacosOlympiakos also make a change as Soudani comes on for Masouras, they still havent had a shot on goal.
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Olympiakos also make a change as Soudani comes on for Masouras, they still havent had a shot on goal.


Aguro is back from injury and replaces Jesus.

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    OffBenjamin MendyManchester CityZinchenko is on for Mendy.
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    OnOleksandr ZinchenkoManchester City

Zinchenko is on for Mendy.

  • Riyad Mahrez
    OffRaheem SterlingManchester CityMahrez is on for Sterling.
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    OnRiyad MahrezManchester City

Mahrez is on for Sterling.


Fernandinho is on for Rodri.


CLOSE! The ball is threaded to Silva from a tight angle and it goes wide.


City yet to make a change, they have Aguero on the bench.


WIDE! Cancelo floats the ball towards the back post but Foden nods well wide. SHiould have done better from there.


Bouchalakis is preparing to come on for the home side, a defensive midfielder.


Vrousai is on for the visitors,who need to offer much more going forward.


CLOSE! Sterling cuts it back, it deflects into the path of Silva whose flick is saved by Sa. Seconds earlier, Cancelo's effort was straight at the keeper.


PENALTY APPEAL! Jesus goes rolling over inside the area under the challenge of Semedo but the ref says play on.


There is still a 0 next to the home side's chances on goal.


CHANCE! The ball falls to Cancelo whose first time shot from outside the area is saved, City's 18th attempt.


On a rare foray forward, Camara has space to put the ball behind the City defence but makes a hash of it.


Cancelo floats a ball into the box which just evades Jesus. Foden cuts it back but the hosts clear the danger.

  • Rúben Dias
    Yellow cardRúben DiasManchester CityDias tries to get back onto the field and inadvertently catches Drager as he attempts a throw-in and is booked.
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Dias tries to get back onto the field and inadvertently catches Drager as he attempts a throw-in and is booked.


Mendy fires an effort from distance well wide. He is still awaiting his first goal for the club.


City have a free-kick near the box. Its swung in by Foden but no-one is there to get on the end of it. Ba clears.


CLOSE! Foden's effort is blocked, it comes to Gundgan who fires an effort narrowly wide.


Silva's shot from the edge of the area is weak and rolls into Sa's hands. Sterling was available in space.


The home side are seemingly looking to attack more. Ederson had next to nothing to do in the first half.

  • 2nd Half

KICK OFF: The hosts get the second half underway.

  • End of 1st Half

HALF TIME: City lead 1-0 courtesy of Foden's strike after a slick passing move. City have dominated procedings, the Greeks have offered little.


CLOSE! Mendy is fouled by Ba on the edge of the area. Sterling's effort is tipped over the bar.There will be 2 added minutes.


SAVE! Foden tees up Sterling whose drive from outside the box is parried by Sa.


Camara dives in again on Sterling on the edge of the box, to his credit he stayed on his feet.


Camara fouls Sterling near the right side of the box. Foden curls it in but Sa gathers.

  • Raheem Sterling
    Yellow cardRaheem SterlingManchester CityRafinha and Sterling have a tussle, a bit of WWE action. Both are shown a yellow.
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Rafinha and Sterling have a tussle, a bit of WWE action. Both are shown a yellow.

  • Phil Foden
    GoalPhil FodenManchester CityGOAL FOR CITY! Jesus to Sterling who backheels it for Foden who lashes it in first time. Lovely stuff.
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GOAL FOR CITY! Jesus to Sterling who backheels it for Foden who lashes it in first time. Lovely stuff.


Pepe is nibbled by Gundogan on the ankle, who escapes a booking.


GOOD GOALKEEPING: Jesus through on goal and Sa is off his line to block the effort.


Another stray pass, this time from Stones, and its a goal kick. Despite all the changes, City look below par.


Rodri gets a shoulder in his nose from Camara. That is a nasty one. He looks to be okay to resume.


Jesus is tripped near the box and its a free-kick. Foden crosses it in and its headed away.


Another broken down move from City with the final pass to Jesus. Mendy has also gone quiet after a bright start.


We have reached the midway point of the half. And its all got rather scrappy in the last few minutes, two misplaced passes from Gundogan.


For all City's possession they have not had their shooting boots on yet, a similar story to the Spurs game and in fact the last few games.


Ouch. Pepe needs treatment after getting a ball in the face. Jesus looks to be playing in a wider role.


Foden flashes a low shot from distance well wide. He has looked lively.


Still all City. The Greeks are happy to soal up the pressure but have offered nothing yet going forward.


CHANCE: Another effort straight at the keeper. A cross is swung in and Jesus's header is comfortable for Sa.


CLOSE! Lovely twisting run from Foden and his shot to the near post is saved. Bright start from the visitors, particularly down the left.


Sterling had strong appeals for a free-kick on the edge of the box whenhe was brought down after a one-two but the ref waves play on.


CHANCE! Another cross from Mendy, it finds Silva at the near post and his header drifts well over.


Mendy's cross is headed away, it falls to Rodri 25 yards out who cracks a shot straight at the keeper.


The hosts look to be going three at the back due to eight players on the absentee list.

  • 1st Half

KICK OFF: Davide Massa blows his whistle and we are underway.


Before kick-off, there will be a minute's silence in memory of Maradona.


COUNTDOWN: 5 mins till kick off!


Olympiakos have only won one of their last eight games against English teams in European competition (D3 L4), with that sole victory coming against Arsenal back in February (2-1 in the UEFA Europa League).


Olympiakos coach Pedro Martins insists his side have no fear despite their 3-0 loss at The Etihad.

"We have absences but we have options and good players and we want to repeat what we did in the second half at City.

"I do not think many teams have done that. We want to play with soul, with courage and make a game of it. City will always be title contenders but we have quality. We have coped with difficult games and that is what we intend to do - continue to fight.

"We still have hopes and we continue to believe we can qualify. We will start the qualifying effort again and look to deprive City of possession.

"We have things in our favour because we are at home, and we are always stronger here. To qualify we will need a minimum of two wins in the remaining matches."


Excluding qualifiers, Olympiakos haven't won any of their last four home games against English opponents in European competition (D2 L2) - they will be looking for their first such victory since February 2014, when they beat Manchester United 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League.


City have made five changes to the side beaten 2-0 away by Tottenham on Saturday. Stones, Gundogan, Foden, Mendy and Sterling all return to the starting XI. De Bruyne and Walker are left out of the squad while Torres, Fernandinho , Mahrez and Laporte are on the bench.


OLYMPIAKOS: Sa, Semedo, Ba, Cisse, Camara, M'Vila, Rafinha, Drager, Fortounis, Pepe, Masouras...Subs: Karargyris, Tzolakis, Vinagre, Papadopoulos, Nikolis, Tsavos, Soudani, Bouchalakis, Androutsos, Kitsos, Vrousai, Sourlis.


Pep Guardiola believes only one person is responsible for Manchester City’s poor start to the season: himself.

“My players are so brave. The reason why [City have struggled] is the manager,” he said.

“I have to find a way to adapt the qualities that we have. I have to adjust something, to let them feel we can create more chances. It’s in my hands to help them.”


MAN CITY: Ederson, Cancelo, Dias, Stones, Mendy, Gundogan, Rodrigo, Foden, Bernardo, Sterling (C), Jesus...Subs: Steffen, Carson, Aguero, Zinchenko, Laporte, Torres, Fernandinho, Mahrez, Garcia, Nmecha, Doyle, Palmer.


In the last hour it has been announced that Diego Maradona has died aged 60.


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