Bernardo Silva scored a brace as Man City thrashed Sporting Lisbon 0-5 in the UEFA Champions League, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half was all about Manchester City dominating and scoring goals for fun against the home side who were very poor all through.
Riyad Mahrez scored in the 7th minutes of the encounter to give Man City 0-1 after an amazing buildup saw the Algerian scoring the opener.
Sporting Lisbon conceded another one in the 17th minute of the game through Bernardo Silva whose finishing was perfectly place to make it 0-2.
Another goal in the 32nd minute increased the lead to 0-3 from Phil Foden who executed his finish perfectly which saw things going worst for the home side.
Bernardo Silva made it his brace in the 44th minute of the game after an amazing buildup saw the Portuguese adding another one to make it 0-4.
The first half ended with Sporting Lisbon 0-4 Man City as they both headed inside for the break with an advantage going to the away side.
Second Half Report
The second half was amazing coming from the English Premier League side who continued from where they stopped in the 45 minutes.
Man City scored another one in the 50th minute but it was ruled out by VAR who reviewed the goal and canceled it.
Sporting Lisbon did well enough until Raheem Sterling scored in the 58th minute of the second half which made things 0-5 as it carried on looking good.
More opportunities kept on coming but nothing changed the scoreline as the encounter slowed down a little bit with Manchester City just tossing the ball around.
The match came to an end with Sporting Lisbon suffering a heavy defeat against Man City 0-5 as the Premier League side claimed an incredible first leg victory in the UEFA Champions League clash.
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