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City pips Monaco in an eight-goal epic

City pips Monaco in an eight-goal epic

Saul Niguez and Antoine Griezmann had given the visitors a 2-0 half time lead but the hosts attempted a comeback in the second half; getting two goals in the back of net.

'We attacked in small spaces, we defended huge spaces behind, Guardiola said after the match. "The old and young guys in the team played incredible".

Monaco counters with its cast of established and rising stars, including Radamel Falcao, Bernardo Silva, Kylian Mbappe and more, which should make for an entertaining day at the Etihad. "We have to score goals".

'That is why they wanted me to come here - I love to play in that way, I think it is something special when two teams play in that way, attack and attack. "Of course we have to improve".

Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid are in a strong position to advance to the quarter-finals after beating Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 in their last-16, first-leg clash at the BayArena. We were lucky in some aspects of the second half and very unlucky in some aspects of the first half.

"We played a good match, but we gave away presents and let in five goals", said defender Andrea Raggi. But we will have our chances.

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"Speaking about the second leg the City boss said:" I'm pretty sure we are going to go to fly to Monaco to score goals as much as possible. "We try to keep it going, try to be focused, try to do what we can". It was a night of degeneracy - mistakes were made, people were throwing themselves headfirst at objects and someone pulled out their Willy (Caballero). "Next question, next question, next question", he said. After Arsenal's humiliation in Munich and Leicester's travails, which mean they can't expect to go far against Sevilla, "the responsibility of representing the Premier League in Europe's elite competition is therefore likely to fall on Guardiola's shoulders", says Paul Hirst of The Times. Alas, Sane's 82nd-minute goal salted the bet entirely, and the bettor was left to rue what could have been.

Each and every fan in the stadium was witness to an absolute classic and will be able to tell future generations: "I was there".

"It's always going to be harsh but you've got take it in your stride and worry about yourself", he added. The Argentina worldwide also reiterated his intention to remain at City beyond this season.

'It was a special game, I can not deny that.

"The majority of the group have grown together over the last two to three years - and that plays a big role in their collective force".

"I think that doesn't help, because it kills you".

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