MANCHESTER – Manchester City won the first victory in the Champions League this season, at home to Bayern Munich, in the fifth matchday of Group E, at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday (11/25/2014).
City won the game by a score of 3-2, after being behind 1-2 for about 40 minutes. All the goals printed host Argentine striker Sergio Aguero.
City went ahead thanks to Sergio Aguero penalty in the 21st minute. City gets a penalty after Medhi Benatia violated Aguero. For violations of it too, Benatia get a red card.
Bayern turn things around in five minutes. They equalized thanks to Xabi Alonso‘s free kick in the 40th minute, which was given after Eliaquim Mangala assessed against Robert Lewandowski.
In the 45th minute, Lewandowski change the numbers on the scoreboard to 1-2. Utilizing feedback Jerome Boateng, Lewandowski scored the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal, with a header.
Aguero brought City equalized in the 85th minute. Utilizing feedback Stevan Jovetic, Aguero passed the ball into the bottom left corner of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, with a left-foot shot from the middle of the penalty box.
Aguero finally change the numbers on the scoreboard to 3-2 in the 90th minute + 1. As bait Stevan Jovetiv, Aguero conquer Neuer with a right leg kick from the middle of the penalty box, which makes the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal.
Throughout the game, according to the records of UEFA, City six shots off accurately from eleven business, with 44 percent of possession. As for Bayern off four shots bead of seven experiments.
With the victory, the City moved up to third with a score of five, or lost seven points from Bayern at the top. Value City together with Roma in second place and CSKA Moscow in the fourth position. In the last match, the City will be visited Rome.
Man City: 1–Joe Hart; 3–Bacary Sagna (5–Pablo Zabaleta 68), 4–Vincent Kompany, 20–Eliaquim Mangala, 22–Gael Clichy; 6–Fernando, 7–James Milner (35–Stevan Jovetic 66), 8–Samir Nasri, 15–Jesus Navas, 18–Frank Lampard; 18–Sergio Aguero
Coach: Manuel Pellegrini
Bayern Munich: 1–Manuel Neuer; 5–Medhi Benatia, 13–Rafinha, 17–Jerome Boateng, 18–Juan Bernat; 3–Xabi Alonso, 20–Sebastian Rode (4–Dante 25), 34–Pierre Hojbjerg; 7–Franck Ribery (31–Bastian Schweinsteiger 81), 9–Robert Lewandowski (11–Xherdan Shaqiri 84), 10–Arjen Robben
Coach: Josep Guardiola