Manchester City ready to dominate Europe after defeated Borussia Monchengladbach in UEFA Champions League

Published:23 March 2021


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Manchester City is having one of their most fruitful seasons in recent memory. Pep Guardiola's squad is on the verge of winning the Premier League, and a breakthrough success in Europe is also a distinct possibility.

The Cityzens breezed past Borussia Monchengladbach to reach the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals for the 2020-21 season. Manchester City won 2-0 in the return leg after losing the German side 2-0 in the first leg away from home.

Kevin De Brunye and Ilkay Gundogan scored in the first half to seal the victory, but the hosts should have scored more on the night. Manchester City, in particular, provided a plethora of opportunities, finishing the game with eight shots on goal.

This is a team with immense potential, and their excellent results this season have left many of their English and European rivals in the dust.

Manchester City's victory over Monchengladbach on Wednesday was a big statement to their European rivals. City has now proven themselves to be one of the favourites to win the Champions League this season.

Pep Guardiola has been at the Etihad for five years and has yet to lead his team beyond the quarter-final stage. The Spaniard's European mistakes have been an albatross around his neck, but things have never looked so good.

Manchester City has shown that they are capable of dominating Europe in addition to winning the Champions League. They have the players and the manager in place to do so.

The pressure is mounting on the 50-year-old to lead Manchester City to European glory, and now could be the right time for him to do so.

Pep Guardiola has been at the Etihad for five years and has yet to lead his team beyond the quarter-final stage. The Spaniard's European mistakes have been an albatross around his neck, but things have never looked so good.

Manchester City has shown that they are capable of dominating Europe in addition to winning the Champions League. They have the players and the manager in place to do so.

The pressure is mounting on the 50-year-old to lead Manchester City to European glory, and now could be the right time for him to do so.

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