Manchester City secured their most impressive victory under Pep Guardiola yet as the Citizens fought back from behind to win 3-1 against Barcelona, getting revenge for the drubbing they received at the Nou Camp two weeks ago.
A brace from Ilkay Gundogan and a superb free-kick from Kevin De Bruyne gave City all three points in this Champions League clash and kept the Citizens’ hopes of pipping Barcelona to top-spot in the group alive.
Following the result, we’ve identified five things we learned from Manchester City’s win. Hit the navigation buttons below to advance through pages!
Gundogan was a bargain
Costing less than Manchester United paid Paul Pogba’s agent this summer, Ilkay Gundogan has valiantly fought back from the injury problems that plagued his start to life in the Premier League with superb performances- as he scored a brace for the second consecutive match.
The German midfielder has already proven his worth to Pep Guardiola’s side and he’s likely to continue in the same fashion in the coming months. With Gundogan, City are competitiors across all fronts and he’s found his form at a crucial stage of the season.