HIGHLIGHTS | Swindon 1-4 Man City | Bernardo, Jesus, Gundogan, Palmer goals!
With the expected compulsory exercise, the English football champion Manchester City in the Champions League has made the entry into the quarter-finals.

After the already decisive 5: 0 game victory at expected compulsorying Lisbon, the team around international Ilkay Gündogan contented in the second leg against the Portuguese from its own audience with an unspectacular zero number.

Manchesters Team Manager Pep Guardiola built his team compared to triumphal 4: 1 in the League Derby three days before against Manchester United on six positions. This also rotated beside Gundogan also the 19-year-old defender C.J. Egan-Riley for his king class debut in the initial formation of the Citizens.

Both teams were clearly to be noticed by the clear constellation by the first leg before the break at their limited emotional joy. Apart from a chance for the seats by Raheem Sterling (39.), mold options remained in short supply in the first round.

Shortly after the break Gabriel Jesus met for the British. But because the video proof revealed a distance of the shooter, the gate did not count. Even in the second section, both teams operated predominantly uninspired and routes their pensum more or less lustless.