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CBG 1-5 MNC: Guardiola Proves Why He Doesn't Need A New Striker

CBG 1-5 MNC: Guardiola Proves Why He Doesn't Need A New Striker 

Manchester City cruised to a comfortable victory over Club Brugge in their third Champions League encounter of the season.

When it comes to the performance of his players, Pep Guardiola would be really delighted because they displayed excellent team spirit throughout the game.

In the opening parts of the game, Manchester City looked impressive, dominating possession and creating chances.

Felipe Cancelo scored City's first goal of the game in the 24th minute, beating Simon Mignolet with a low effort past the goalkeeper.

After receiving a lovely pass from brilliant youngster Phil Foden, the Portuguese defender made no mistake in his positioning.

Mahrez was hauled down in the box after the half-hour mark, and City's fortunes improved immediately after.

Manchester City put in a better effort in the second half, scoring three more goals to secure a convincing win away from home.

Guardiola has demonstrated to the rest of the world that he does not require a new striker.

Sergio Aguero left Manchester City earlier this summer, prompting many to call for Pep Guardiola to sign a successor. As plans were being made to sign their lethal forward, Harry Kane, the club contacted Tottenham Hotspur.

Fans were concerned that Manchester City's failure to sign Harry Kane will have an impact on the squad this season. That, however, has not been the case so far. In three different games this season, City has scored a total of five goals.

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