VIDEO Manchester City smashed in Shakhtar, Bayern near eighth


Manchester City players celebrate Shakhtar Donetsk's second goal goal
Manchester City players celebrate Shakhtar Donetsk's second goal goal

MANCHESTER – Manchester City won the Shakhtar Champions League 2018/2019 in the F Group's fourth round at a high of 6: 0, according to Gabriel Jesus. The home crowd cheered when Riyad Mahrez came off the defense 13 minutes into the game, after he broke through the middle and scored, resulting in the visitors taking the lead. Then: 1 – 0 lead.

Even in the first half, Gabriel Jesus lifted the punishment penalty when Raheem Sterling threw the lawn and after his fall the Hungarian arbiter Viktor Kassai scored a white spot. The clear victory City put pressure on the second half 6: 0 twice by Gabriel Jesus, Sterling and Mahrez. In the same F Group Olympique Lyons led Hoffenheim 2: 0 and his opponent was a failed player, despite the fact that the German team equalized by Pavel Kadeřábek.

The E Group is very close to Bayern Munich's eighth place when the home team won AEK Athens 2-0. Robert Lewandowski has succeeded in two goals. Bavor has 10 points at the table, two points behind Ajax Amsterdam, who has won a prestigious spot in Benfica in Lisbon after 1-1 rounds.

Group F:

Manchester City (England) – Shakhtar Donetsk (FI) 6: 0 (2: 0)

Goals: 13. David Silva, 25th and 71th and 90th + Gabriel Jesus (the first two kick), 49th Sterling, 84th Mahrez, decide: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
Manchester City: Ederson – K. Walker (61th Danilo), Stones, Laporte, Zinchenko – Bernardo Silva, Fernandinho (76th Delph), David Silva (73rd Gundogan) – Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, Mahrez
Shakhtar: Piatov – Matvijenko, Krivcov, Rakitsky, Ismaily – Stepanenko, Maycon (77 Alan Patrick) – Taison (77th Wellington), Kovalenko, Bolbat – Moraes

Olympique Lyon (FR) – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (DE) 2: 2 (2: 0)

Goals: 20. Fekir, 28. Ndombele – 65. Kramarič, 90. + Kadeřábek, ČK: 51. Nuhu (Hoffenheim) after the second round, decided by Danny Makkelie (NL)
Lyon: A. Lopes – Rafael, Marcelo, Morel, Denayer, F. Mendy – Ndombele (88th Cheikh), Tousart, Aouar – Depay (87th B. Traoré), Fekir (73th M. Dembelé)
Hoffenheim: O. Baumann – Nuhu, Vogt, Bičakčič – Kadeřábek, Grillitsch (57th Nelson), Demirbay (79th Nordveit), Schulz – Belfodil (67th Szalai), Joelinton, Kramarič

Group E:
Benfica Lisboa (Portugal) – Ajax Amsterdam (NL) 1: 1 (1: 0)

Objective: 29. Jonas – 61. Tadic, Manager: Gianluca Rocchi (ITA)

benfica: Vlachodimos – A. Almeida, Dias, Jardel, Grimaldo – G. Fernandes (75th Pizzi), Fejsa, Gabriel – Salvio (48th Rafa Silva), Jonas (55th Seferovic)
ajax: Onana – Mazroui, De Ligt, Daley Blind, Tagliafico – F. de Jong (86. Wöber), Schöne, Van de Beek – Neres (74. Neres), Tadic, Ziyech

Bayern Munich (DE) – AEK Athens (Greece), 2: 0 (1: 0)

Goal: 31st and 71st Lewandovski (first kick), decided by Matej Jug (Slovenia)

Bayern: Neuer – Kimmich, J. Boateng, Hummels, Alaba – T. Müller, Javi Martinez, Goretzka – Gnabry (87th R. Sanches), Lewandowski (90th Wagner), Ribéry (84th Rafinha)
AEK Athens: Barkas – Bakakis, Lambropoulos, Čigrinskij, Čosič, Hult – Galanopoulos (78th Galo), Simoes, Alef (67th Morán) – Mantalos

Tags: Ajax Amsterdam Manchester City Shakhtar Donetsk Benfica Lissabon

TASR / AP / Rui Vieira


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