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Manchester City - FC Schalke 04
Champions League - 13 March 2019
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That's full time. A simple and brutal victory for City who barely had to sweat. Schalke return to desperate league situation after failing to keep their heads above water after conceding the first goal.
Apparently there will be no added time, which makes no sense, but there you go.
- GoalGabriel JesusManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 7-0 Schalke. Jesus scores - Jesus receives the ball on the edge of the box and with one touch he sweeps the ball into the near post.
Jesus spins his marker, swaps passes with Sterling, and then has his shot just inside the box blocked.
Foden swings a leg at the ball from the edge of the box, and Fahrmann is able to beat it away.
- OffGuido BurgstallerFC Schalke 04
- OnCedric TeuchertFC Schalke 04
Teuchert on now too.
- GoalPhil FodenManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 6-0 Schalke. Foden scores - Sane darts inside from the left, makes space with some neat touches, rolls in Foden on the overlap, and he rounds the 'keeper before finishing into an empty net.
Sane finds Sterling, who turns it onto Jesus, but he can't get it under control and is quickly crowded out.
The assistant referee looks like Bill Gross. Look it up.
- OffWeston McKennieFC Schalke 04
- OnHamza MendylFC Schalke 04
Here comes Mendyl for Schalke.
- OffAymeric LaporteManchester City
- OnFabian DelphManchester City
Delph on for Laporte.
- GoalBernardo SilvaManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 5-0 Schalke. Bernardo scores - Sane receives the ball on the left of the box, pulls it back for Bernardo, and he scuff in a shot past the 'keeper.
- OffBreel EmboloFC Schalke 04
- OnSteven SkrzybskiFC Schalke 04
Embolo - recently back from injury - replaced by Skrzybski.
- Yellow cardOleksandr ZinchenkoManchester City
Schalke are being pinned back in their half, but now Embolo has been released own the right. Zinchenko barges him over pretty obviously and gets the yellow.
- OffSergio AgüeroManchester City
- OnGabriel JesusManchester City
Foden and Jesus on for Aguero and Silva.
Schalke lose it in their own half, Sane picks it up and aims a ball at Sterling, but the 'keeper is out quickly.
Schalke just need to hit five and they're through.
- GoalRaheem SterlingManchester City
VAR says the goal was indeed onside, so there we are. It is 4-0 to City and a great goal from City.
GOAL! Manchester City 4-0... No, it's another offside. Sane attacks from the left, angles in a pass to the back post for Sterling to sidefoot in. It did look onside...
Yes, it is offside.
Sane appears to have another one, but this time he is flagged for offside. On comes the VAR.
Sane chases a ball over the top from Gundogan, and edges a ball just wide of the far post. A brilliant pass from the midfielder.
A zesty one here. Laporte challenges for a high ball from the free kick, and Schalke's Sane's overhead kick thumps into Laporte's shoulder. He's down for treatment.
- Yellow cardDaniloManchester City
Schalke are being slowly pressed in the defence, and manage to get it clear before ZInchenko is fouled over the halfway line. Danilo is booked for a sliding tackle earlier on Embolo, and is getting a cut cleaned up from that earlier collision.
- 2nd Half
We go again.
- End of 1st Half
That's it. See you in 15 minutes.
Two minutes of added time. Erm. It's been about five minutes of VAR stoppages already.
More VAR, this time for the Sane goal. It stands.
- GoalLeroy SanéManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 3-0 Schalke. Sane scores - Zinchenko releases Sane into the box, and the winger slots a shot across goal, across the 'keeper, and into the back of the net.
VAR takes just three minutes to show that Sterling was onside, which was obvious three minutes ago.
- GoalSergio AgüeroManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 2-0 Schalke. Aguero scores - Gundogan sends over a ball for Sterling behind the defence, he backheels to Aguero near the goal and stumbles, but then forces in a shot off the 'keeper and inside the post.
Stambouli measures a shot from distance as the pitch opens up before him, and he drills in a low effort past the post.
Aguero turns one way and another, makes space away from Bruma after breaking the offside trap, and he forces an effort straight at Fahrmann.
- Goal by penaltySergio AgüeroManchester City
GOAL! Manchester City 1-0 Schalke. Aguero scores - A calm, chipped panenka floats into the back of the net with the 'keeper wrong-footed.
- Yellow cardJeffrey BrumaFC Schalke 04
PENALTY! Gundogan floats in a pass for Bernardo, blocked off by Jeffrey Bruma. The defender asks for VAR to be consulted but it seems unlikely.
Aguero has a chance to head at goal, but can't get proper hold of it and the danger passes. That's two misses in decent positions for Aguero.
Konoplyanka steams down the left, finds Oczipka, and Gundogan is on hand to cut out his cross.
Fahrmann humps the ball out of play with a clearance.
Martin Keown says, deep down, Pep Guardiola wants to win the Champions League.
Guardiola is down on the touchline redefining football, telling his players what he wants.
Bernado lashes out at Serdar and escapes a booking. Laporte then nudges Embolo from behind to concede a free kick just over the halfway line in City's half.
Sterling blocks a cross on the left wing and wins a goal kick courtesy of a ricochet.
Bentaleb is held back on the left wing by Bernardo, and they win a free kick in their half.
Gundogan's free kick clatters into the wall and spoons up, and Sterling is penalised for a foul on Fahrmann.
The previously bald David Silva lines up a free kick with Gundogan on the wing.
Walker picks out Sterling with a great ball into the box. Sterling pulls it back to Aguero and he flicks his effort against the near post from five yards out.
City play the ball happily in Schalke's half before a high ball out for Sane drifts out of play.
An easy opening stage for City so far in this half.
Sterling skips past Bentaleb and has a pass deflected as he aims behind the defence.
Martin Keown is on co-comms.
Sane wins a free kick from Embolo on the left wing in a dangerous position. Sane receives the cross but it's cleared before Sane can get a touch to it.
The Schalke fans are belting out their riffs in the stand, as yet unmatched by the home fans.
Schalke break from City's short corner, Embolo is ound on the right, and his cross is headed away at the near post by Gundogan, who had rushed back.
Corner on the left wing for City, with Gunadgan to take.
Mikel Arteta on the bench next to Guardiola - still yet to play a game for City since his move from Arsenal.
- 1st Half
The game gets underway with an audible roar from the away fans.
Five minues to go here, and you can also follow Juventus v Atletico on the site.
10 minutes to go, and a typically packed away end at the City stadium.
Pep Guardiola has downplayed his side's chances: "This competition is judged that when you are out of the last 16 it is a big disaster. My perspective is completely different. People say it is easy. Imagine to get into the last eight teams in Europe? Of course we want to win it but the other teams also have this desire. People think that because Real Madrid are not there, this competition will be easy. Of course I thought they were the favourites but there still remains incredible clubs to beat."
Schalke are not having their greatest season. Qualified for the Champions League last season, they now are in 14th, and only four points above the bottom three. Disastrous, then.
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Of course, City's problems aren't on the pitch as much as they are off it. Potential problems from UEFA and the Premier League could see them have titles withdrawn and future punishments implemented. None of the accusations were new or surprising, and they aren't now. City, obviously, claim total innocence. All cleared up then!
Manchester City are the favourites tonight. A superb comeback in the first leg gives them a 3-2 advantage, which means that short of a risible collapse, they are through.
TEAMS: Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Danilo, Laporte, Zinchenko, Gundogan, Silva, Sterling, Sane, Bernardo, Aguero. Subs: Muric, Stones, Delph, Mahrez, Jesus, Foden, Humphreys. /// Schalke: Fahrmann, Mckennie, Bruma, Stambouli, Burgstaller, Oczipka, Serdar, Sane, Bentaleb, Konoplyanka, Embolo. Subs: Nubel, Mendyl, Rudy, Matondo, Kutucu, Skrzybski, Teuchert.
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