City cruised into the Champions League knock-out stages for the first time with a thumping 5-2 win over CSKA Moscow at the Etihad Stadium.
Bayern Munich's victory in Plzen means Manuel Pellegrini's side can't finish outside the top two in Group D - and that's with two games to spare, no less!
After the disappointment of the previous two European campaigns, the Sky Blues picked up where they’d left off against Norwich and long before the half-time whistle blew the match was effectively over as a contest.
Three goals to the good with just half-an-hour played, the City fans had been treated to ten goals in 120 minutes of scintillating football and though the whole team contributed, there were dazzling individual performances from Sergio Aguero, Samir Nasri, David Silva and Alvaro Negredo in particular.Read full match report
UEFA Champions League
As of: 5 November 2013, 9:51 PMView full league table
- Duration: 93 minutes
- Home possession: 59%
- Away possession: 41%
- Home: 9
- Away: 6
- Home: 15
- Away: 5
- Home: 1
- Away: 3