Manchester City made an impressive start to their Champions League campaign with a 4-0 win over Feyenoord in Rotterdam as Sergio Agüero chalked up his 50th goal in European competition.
John Stones had already put City ahead after only two minutes when Agüero made a characteristic darting run to the near-post before finishing first time past a helpless Brad Jones. The Argentinian is rapidly closing in on Eric Brook’s club record but his latest strike was his 50th in 84 UEFA competition appearances.
City offered a supreme display of attacking in their Group F opener. Sergio Agüero and Gabriel Jesus both scored, to take the pair to seven goals in five outings in all competitions. The manager has insisted they can dovetail, and the Argentinian-Brazilian combo is certainly proving him right.
Gabriel Jesus added the third on his Champions League debut and while many predicted the Brazilian signalled the end for Agüero, when both have started, they have an impressive six goals apiece.
Stones scored a second just after the hour mark to complete the rout as City sit top of Group F.
— Emilio Galantini (@EGalantiniSport) September 13, 2017