Viktoria Plzen vs. Manchester City: Live Score, Highlights, Recap
UEFA Champions League: Viktoria Plzen vs. Manchester City
17 September 2013
Doosan Arena, Plzen, Czech Republic
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy)
Viktoria Plzen 0-3 Manchester City (48' Dzeko; 53' Toure; 58' Aguero)
Viktoria Plzen XI: Kozacik; Hejda, Limbersky, Prochazka, Rajtoral; Horava, Horvath, Petrzela, Kovarik; Kolar, Bakos.
Manchester City XI: Hart; Zabaleta, Kompany, Nastasic, Kolarov; Navas, Toure, Fernandinho, Nasri; Aguero, Dzeko
FT: Viktoria Plzen 0-3 Manchester City
There will be two minutes of time added.
90' Aguero again! Negredo accepts a long pass and sends it to Aguero who was bolting onto it, but his blast went just over the bar.
88' Aguero! Special stuff from the Argentine. He flips it to his favoured foot and forces a good save out of Kozacik.
Aguero hitting top form; Yaya Toure dominating; Kompany playing the full 90 minutes - this has been a statement match from City.
83' Negredo replaces Dzeko for Manchester City.
Toure exits with 71 touches, a passing accuracy of 92% and a spectacular goal that has City cruising to three points in the Czech Republic.
80' Yaya Toure is withdrawn in favour of Javi Garcia.
78. Following City's ten minute blitz, the game has tightened up now. Time to start thinking about your stand out player for the Blues— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 17, 2013
The Aguero goal:
65' Hejda makes way for Hubnik for Plzen; Milner replaces Navas for City.
This 2nd half could end up being of vital importance to City going forward. It comes after some sub-par performances, and just before a Manchester Derby.
61. City carving through Plzen at will now. Aguero slips in Navas now whose strike is blocked. What a contrast this is to the first half!— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 17, 2013
The Yaya Toure golazo:
58. Another super strike from the whites. This time Sergio with a precision effort. Get in!— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 17, 2013
The Dzeko opener:
58' GOAL CITY! Aguero this time. The Argentine gets himself on the scoresheet and City are 3-0 ahead.
5 - Five of Edin Dzeko's six Champions League goals have come away from home. Trip.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 17, 2013
53. GOAL FOR CITY! YAYA WITH A STUNNER! Plzen 0-2 City— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 17, 2013
Toure took the ball in his stride, teed it up for his right foot and unleashed a swerving drive from distance that found the top-right corner of the net!
53' GOOOOOLAAAZOOOOOO YAYA TOURE!!!
51' Dzeko comes close again. City look in the mood now.
49. Superb ball from Kompany finds Aguero who muscles away from his man. Dzeko side-foots neatly. Perfect start to the second half!— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 17, 2013
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