Kevin sounds so frustrated 😟😨 And rightly so, he didn't deserve a yellow card which will stay with him for the second leg of the game 😣 But here's an amusing edit to hopefully bring some humour to the situation 😁 @kevindebruyne
Kevin got voted as MOTM yesterday against Napoli by you City fans 😎💙 Honestly, I've seen games where he has deserved it a lot more and not got it 😕 But he did play great last night 🙌 I think Stones was also a big contender for MOTM 🙂 Comment who you think should have got it 😁 @kevindebruyne
(Edit by me)
In yet another eventful night in the Champions League, the two most in-form sides in Europe took on centre stage at the Etihad. But it was Manchester City who started the brighter of the two as quick-fire goals from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel de Jesus steered the home side into a dominant 2-0 lead inside 13 minutes against a Napoli side who had just conceded 5 league goals prior to the match. Kevin De Bruyne hit the underside of the bar before Ederson saved a penalty on the other end from Dries Mertens. In the second half, Napoli seemed rejuvenated back into the game as they earned themselves a second penalty of the game and Amadou Diawara cooly converted from the spot to set up a tense final 15 minutes for Manchester City, of course something they haven't been used to this season. City eventually held on for the three points and it means that they have collected 9 from 9 whilst Napoli are in a struggle with only three but it is still only halfway through the group stages.
Elsewhere, Tottenham held on for a valuable and well-deserved point in Madrid whilst a scintillating Liverpool battered Maribor 7-0 in Slovenia. Borussia Dortmund's knockout stage hopes lie on the wire after a disappointing 1-1 draw against APOËL as well as last season's semi-finalists Monaco's after a home loss against Besiktas, who have also claimed maximum points