Manchester City won the second match in the Champions League. This time, Guardiola’s team traveled to the south of France to face Olympique Marseille and had no difficulty beating the French 3-0. Ferrán Torres, Gündogan, and Sterling scored the goals.

Manchester City, who played away from home, was not intimidated and dominated the first half in France. Pep Guardiola’s team rented the attacking field, created the best chances, and opened the scoring with Ferrán Torres. After an error in the defense of Olympique de Marseille, De Bruyne found the Spaniard inside the area, who only pushed into the goal. It was the striker’s second goal for the club in the Champions League in two games.

The final stage repeated the script of the first half and had the English team creating the best chances. In the 30th minute, Foden made a great move on the left, crossed on the second post and Sterling propped up the middle. The German Gündogan, free, just pushed for the goal. Shortly afterward, Mahrez sewed on the right, served De Bruyne, who gave his second assist in the match, now for Sterling, who closed the account.