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  • Five-star City edge thriller with Monaco

    Five-star City edge thriller with Monaco

    Reuters
    Five-star City edge thriller with Monaco

    MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester City came out on top in an epic Champions League battle against Monaco as late goals by John Stones and Leroy Sane secured a 5-3 victory in a last 16 first-leg tie on Tuesday that had goals galore and a missed penalty. City took the lead through Raheem Sterling but were then playing catch-up as Monaco drew level thanks to Radamel Falcao's header and went ahead with a powerful finish from 18-year-old Kylian Mbappe five minutes before halftime. ... …

  • Manchester City come from behind to beat Monaco in Champions League

    Manchester City come from behind to beat Monaco in Champions League

    AFP News
    Manchester City come from behind to beat Monaco in Champions League

    Three goals in 11 minutes helped Manchester City come from behind to beat Monaco 5-3 in their Champions League last 16 first leg on Tuesday. …

  • Man City beats Monaco 5-3 in wild Champions League game

    Man City beats Monaco 5-3 in wild Champions League game

    Associated Press
    Man City beats Monaco 5-3 in wild Champions League game

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Manchester City scored three goals in 11 minutes to fight back for a 5-3 win over Monaco in a wild Champions League match full of dazzling attacking play and dreadful defending on Tuesday. …

  • Manchester City rallies twice to beat Monaco 5-3 in Champions League thriller

    Manchester City rallies twice to beat Monaco 5-3 in Champions League thriller

    FC Yahoo
    Manchester City rallies twice to beat Monaco 5-3 in Champions League thriller

    Up until now, there had been a linear quality to Manchester City’s slow and deliberate pursuit of the UEFA Champions League crown. …

  • Rooney misses St Etienne trip amid talk over his future

    Rooney misses St Etienne trip amid talk over his future

    Reuters
    Rooney misses St Etienne trip amid talk over his future

    Manchester United's Wayne Rooney did not travel with the squad for Wednesday's Europa League last-32, second leg at St Etienne despite training on the eve of the match, amid continuing media speculation about his future at the club. British media have linked the 31-year-old with a move to the Chinese Super League where the transfer window remains open until Feb. 28. Asked about Rooney's future, United manager Jose Mourinho told a news conference on Tuesday that he did not want the striker to …