Manchester City looking set to get themselves into Champions League group stage after grabbing a convincing away win over Romanian side, Steaua Bucharest this midweek.
Although it’s still the first leg, but winning 5-0 away from home, it seems like City’s passage into the next stage is just a matter of formalities.
It was an interesting game which saw Sergio Aguero missing two penalties, but made it up by netting three goals for Pep Guardiola’s boys.
David Silva was the one who started that rout, before Aguero started his goal scoring spree while another goal was netted by Man City’s summer signing, Nolito.
It’s a promising start indeed for Guardiola on his early days as Man City boss as previously, the tactician guided hi side in beating Sunderland 2-1 in the premier league.