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Champions League: Raheem Sterling Center stage in Manchester City



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RAHEEM Sterling went with the Farce in a great way to help Manchester City win a 6-0 win over Shahter Donetsk and on the edge of qualifications for the Champions League in the Champions League.

The English wing provided the main point in another convincing victory for Citi when he pulled his fingers on the field while he tried to hit the 24th minute and crashed.

media_cameraRaheem Sterling is upsetting the shame to win the penalty. Image: Getti Images

Judge Viktor Kassai fined in spite of not being in contact with the defender – much to the surprise of the players of Shahtera, some of whom laughed at the decision – and Gabriel Isus turned the ball into the first of his three goals in the night.

That was 2: 0 in 24 minutes, after David Silva opened the scoring in the 13th minute.

Sterling showed much more moves to reach the third goal of the city, taking the ball from 40 meters outside, feeding two potential players and distorting a fierce hit in the upper corner from the edge of the area in 48th place.

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Jesus managed to score 4-0 in 72th place, again with the ball after Silva entered the game by Taras Stepanenko, before Riad Mahrez and Jesus – with the goal that ended their het trick – ended with the result.

The city remained in the first place in group F but moved three points ahead of Lyon after the French club pulled 2-2 against Hoffenheim.

Champs of England need another point with their last two matches to be sure of the first match.

media_cameraSterling shoots. Image: Getti Images
media_cameraThen he celebrates his goal. Image: AFP

After the latest striking masters in the city, it was a penalty decision – a referee who served in the Champions League Final and World Cups – what is best remembered. This has led Sterling to train around the world on social media.

It was so obvious that Sterling prevented him from being bothered by Mikhail Matvienko's defender, the manager of the city of Pep Guardiola, covering his face with his hands after the incident, before he fingered to his bench, indicating that the punishment should not be to be rewarded. Sergio Aguero, the replacement that sat in front of Guardiola, had a smile on his face.

An official behind the goal – used in UEFA competitions instead of a video assistant judge – looked like a good view of the road, but he did not see it in some way.

media_cameraGabriel Jesus helps everyone who has lost count of his goals. Image: Getti Images

Sterling looked crazy as he left the place where he fell and told the referee that there was no contact with the opponent.

The city scored 23 goals in its previous six games in all competitions, leaving the derby against Manchester United in the Premier League for the weekend.

In the meantime, Leonard Bonucci's own goal in the 90th minute brought Manchester United a dramatic 2-1 victory over Juventus in the Champions League, as Jose Mourinho overcame the brilliant Cristiano Ronaldo goalkeeper.

Ronaldo hit a magnificent first shot of 65 minutes to leave Juve for the last time, but Juan Mata equalized with a free kick of 86 minutes before Bonucci turned into his net.

media_cameraNemanja Matic and Luka Sho celebrate the great success of Man United. Image: Getti Images

Benzema star in Real romp

Karim Benzema scored a double in the first half to win Real Madrid in the 5-0 win over Victoria Plzen.

Casemiro, Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos also scored three times the defending champions, who triumphed three times after Julien Lopetegui was fired and taken over by temporary coach Santiago Solari.

Win put Madrid at nine points with Roma, who won 2-1 in CSKA Moscow.

Madrid and Roma can also seal the spot in the knockout stage with one win from their last two matches.

The Czech champions Viktorija Plzen, who played for the first time in the group phase, remained in one place and eliminated.

media_cameraReal Karim Benzema (center) makes a third goal. Image: AP

Striker duo gets a Baiern house

Robert Levandowski scored twice for Bayern Munich to defeat AEK Athens 2-0 and moved even closer to the League of Champions League.

The Polish striker opened a penalty with a penalty in the first half and sealed the victory in the second after a corner corner.

The home team tried to create every chance to point out while Serbian defender Uroš Ćosić was punished for withdrawing Levandovsky back half an hour ago, and Pol scored from the post.

Bayern dominated, and Levandovski caught the fourth leg of the Champions League in the season after the corner of Joshua Kimmich with only less than 20 minutes remaining.

With 10 points from four games, Baiern is at the top of Group E.

Ajax, who played in Benfica 1-1 in the second group, stayed eight points with two games and Benfica on four. AEK is the last time after four losses.

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