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Manchester City keep points at home with De Bruyne's return in match against RB Leipzig: 6-3 |  Champions League

Manchester City keep points at home with De Bruyne’s return in match against RB Leipzig: 6-3 | Champions League

Champions LeagueOne of Paris Saint-Germain’s youth producers, Christopher Nkunko, has scared Manchester City three times. The English champion had a tougher answer: six goals. Goals Festival. Kevin De Bruyne is back. Without strap around the arm.




The summary above contains no fewer than nine objectives. Amazing performance at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City have made five against Red Bull Leipzig, who have lost three of their four domestic matches. Confirm that the team is looking.

That was also evident in the field. Jesse Marsh, Julian Nagelsmann’s successor, still has a lot of work to do. Man City were dangerous in every attack, he made six, but Pep Guardiola faltered sometimes. Three goals out of three attempts.

Each has its own story. Inattention in the back on the high balls. Kevin De Bruyne stumbles over the referee’s feet in midfield. such tendencies. Thanks Christopher Nkunko. The young Frenchman led himself into the club’s history with the first hat-trick in the Champions League for the Leipzig player. tennis points.

Christopher Nkunko. © Photo News

Aki, Mahrez (a penalty kick), Grealish, Cancello (a beautiful goal) and Jesus scored for City. In between, Mukele scored an odd own-goal from a brilliant cross from the returning De Bruyne. I deserved a finished product. De Bruyne started slowly, but then played his game. Seventy minutes later, Guardiola pulled him aside. Still be careful with this ankle.

But the biggest surprise was on the official UEFA match sheet. Behind Robin Dias ac in a circle. Captain icon. This was the first time the Portuguese defender had earned the band. After a year at Man City, he seriously worked his way up the player selection rankings. Defense Leader, and now also one of the Chiefs on the Players Council.

Veteran Brazilian Fernandinho is still Manchester City’s captain on paper, but his first two matches have changed. Until last year, De Bruyne was the vice captain. The two-footed captain in the midfield.

Kevin De Bruyne.

Kevin De Bruyne. © Reuters

The Red Devil is back without the captain’s armband he wore 23 times last season. It doesn’t mean he cares too much. Following the departures of Vincent Kompany and David Silva, the business minds within the club dreamed that De Bruyne would one day lift a big trophy as captain. His most famous player holds a cup in his arms for an avatar.

Man City have made a different decision in recent weeks. Pep Guardiola does not interfere in the discussions. He is a coach that allows his players to decide who they represent on the Players Council. De Bruyne retained his place, but in the fourth grade.

Fernandinho, Ilkay Gundogan and Robin Dias got more votes than him. A role he can live with. Standing back up for two years was an honor for him, but no more than that. He wouldn’t go to war over it.

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