Manchester City dominated Real Madrid but profligacy will concern Guardiola | Jonathan Wilson

08 August 2020 10:43
City were far superior but at 1-1 looked vulnerable. Their failure to take chances could stop them from winning the tournamentFor a while now, it has been apparent that the goals-against column in the Premier League table did not mean what it appeared to when considering Manchester City. It shows 35 goals conceded, the second lowest total in the league, just two behind the champions, Liverpool. But that does not mean City have the second-best defence in the league.Friday’s Champions League win over Real Madrid was highly impressive, an emphatic 2-1 defeat of the newly crowned Spanish champions that represented City’s finest European night at the Etihad of the Sheikh Mansour era, but it also highlighted that the fact they scored 17 more goals than anybody else in the Premier League this season does not mean City have the best attack. Related: Phil Foden stars to offer Manchester City glimpse of multiple futures Related: Jesus ensures stylish Manchester City sweep past blundering Real Madrid City played so well that they won 2-1 but it should have been 5-1 (or even 5-0) Related: Manchester City have potential to win Champions League, says Guardiola Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian