Feyenoord 0 – Man City 4
So that’s two games, nine goals scored and zero conceded.
It’s been one helluva week for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.
Last weekend in the Premier League, the Sky Blues put in a scintillating performance as they thumped Liverpool 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
Man City continued their brilliant form in the Champions League on Wednesday as they pummeled Dutch champions Feyenoord 4-0 away from home.
The match was over as a contest inside ten minutes.
Terrible defending from Feyenoord allowed John Stones’ header from a corner to roll into the back of the net.
Sergio Aguero then doubled City’s advantage with a brilliant near-post finish from a lovely Kyle Walker cross from the right.
Gabriel Jesus put the contest to bed with City’s third goal in the first half, while Stones added a fourth just after the hour.
Three punters win a crazy 200/1 bet
An amazing nugget of betting news was dropped by Sky Bet as Man City romped to victory.
It was revealed that three punter bet that John Stones would score a brace away at Feyenoord.
The odds of that happening were a staggering 200/1.
🙌 Three customers backed John Stones to score a brace at 200/1.
😂 Genuinely unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/QOS0J3YbGw
— Sky Bet (@SkyBet) September 13, 2017
Watford v Man City
Man City return to Premier League action on Saturday with an away trip to Watford.
The Sky Blues are second in the table, level on points with leaders Man United.
Watford, meanwhile, are incredibly fourth in the top flight after four rounds of the new season.
The Hornets, however, have a seriously long list of injury concerns before Saturday’s kick off.
Marco Silva saw Younes Kaboul and Kiko Femenia pick up injuries during last weekend’s 2-0 away win at Southampton.
Watford also have injury problems with defenders Sebastian Prodl and Craig Cathcart.
Other players with injury issues at Vicarage Road include Mauro Zarate, Tommie Hoban, Molla Wague, Roberto Pereyra and Miguel Britos.
As for Man City, Vincent Kompany is once again set to miss out his weekend due to a calf injury.