On November 7, Manchester City secured a 3-0 victory over Young Boys in the Champions League, allowing them to advance to the last 16 with two group games left.
Erling Haaland was the star of the match, scoring two goals.
Manchester City, led by manager Pep Guardiola, maintained a perfect record in Group G, with 12 points from four games.
Young Boys, who had a player sent off with a red card in the 53rd minute, are at the bottom of the group with just one point.
Erling Haaland, who has been in superb form, now has 39 Champions League goals from 34 appearances and is on track to break the record for the fewest appearances to reach 40 goals (currently 45 games held by Ruud van Nistelrooy).
There was a concern about Haaland’s ankle injury, but he still managed to play.
One setback for Manchester City was the loss of John Stones, who was substituted at halftime due to a muscle issue.
The goals for Manchester City came from Haaland’s penalty kick, Phil Foden’s goal just before halftime, and another spectacular goal by Haaland in the 51st minute.
The score could have been even higher for City, as they had several near misses.
Manchester City remains unbeaten in their last 17 Champions League games since May 2022.
Guardiola expressed the importance of finishing first in the group for the second-leg advantage in the last-16.
In the next matches, Manchester City will face RB Leipzig on November 28 and Red Star Belgrade on December 13 to complete the group stage.