Manchester City vs Lyon live streaming
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Match: Manchester City vs Lyon
Competition: Champions League
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Manchester City vs Lyon live streaming: TV listings
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Manchester City vs Lyon live streaming: Match preview
The Premier League champions come into the competition as favourites so will Pep Guardiola’s side deliver.
They swept all before them last season in domestic football but once again feel short in Europe.
Guardiola too has something to prove; he’s failed to win this competition in the last 6 years he’s entered.
But this team full of so much talent will surely have a great chance of being in Madrid come what May.
They should also have too much for Lyon.
They finished third in Ligue 1 last season but have been eliminated in the group stages in their last two Champions League group stages.
They’ve got a very tough start so will they get through this time?