Manchester City turned on the style to record their greatest ever European win and achieve the last eight.
Manchester City are through to the UEFA Champions League last eight after a shocking 7-0 win against Schalke – their greatest ever triumph in Europe. Josep Guardiola’s side, as of now 3-2 to the great from the main leg in Gelsenkirchen, had one foot in the quarter-finals when Sergio Agüero changed over from the spot on 35 minutes. His second, after Raheem Sterling’s back-heel, and Leroy Sané’s penetrated completion made it work done considerably time.
Sané laid on Sterling, Bernardo Silva – toward the finish of a staggering passing move from the hosts – and Phil Foden for further objectives in the second half, with Gabriel Jesus getting in on the demonstration with a first-time strike late on. Schalke did not comprehend what had hit them.
View from the arena: Simon Hart
A second from last quarter-last in four seasons allures for City after this astounding execution. Following an opening half-hour of difficult obstruction, Schalke just couldn’t adapt to the speed of City’s assault amid a second duration when Guardiola’s men got behind the restriction’s high back line on numerous occasions, their endeavors initiated by Sané who, against his old club, added three second-half helps to a first-half objective.
Man of the match: Leroy Sané
Sané was as widespread as City were savage in their dispatching of the place where he grew up group. The German worldwide took part in four of City’s seven objectives to back up his splendid free-kick from the principal amusement. You could state he caused issues down the road for them, however Schalke will, at any rate, invest wholeheartedly in how far their institute graduate has come.