Manchester City beats Copenhagen and builds a good lead in the Champions League round of 16

The dominance was as expected, and so was the result. Almost without fear, Manchester City beat Copenhagen 3-1 on Tuesday (13), in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16, played at the Parken Stadium, in Denmark.

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With that, De Bruyne opened the scoring in the 10th minute, Mattson equalized with a beautiful goal in the 33rd, and Bernardo Silva scored another for City in first-half stoppage time. Foden secured a good lead by two goals in the final minutes of the match.

De Bruyne played his first game in this Champions League today, and was important for Manchester City by scoring a goal, participating in the second and assisting the third.

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He has scored 10 goals and provided 11 assists in his last 22 Champions League games. His most recent 10 goals were in the knockout stages.

Now, the return game between Manchester City and Copenhagen will be on March 6th, that is, three weeks from now. With this Tuesday’s result, the English team plays the second match with the advantage of a draw.

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