Sport Manchester City - FC Porto | The official line-ups
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At the start of the new Champions League group stage, Man City welcomes arguably the toughest competitors in the battle for first place: FC Porto. With a win, Pep Guardiola's team would show directly who dominates the group - but the defense (already seven goals against in four league games) has to hold up better.
With these line-ups the two teams go into the game:City
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STARTING XI | Ederson, Walker, Dias, Garcia, Cancelo, Gundogan, Rodrigo, Mahrez, Bernardo, Sterling (C), Aguero
SUBS | Steffen, Carson, Stones, Zinchenko, Torres, Fernandinho, Foden, Nmecha, Doyle, Harwood-Bellis, Palmer, Bernabe
Sterling strike sinks Arsenal as Man City keep it tight
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⚽ Onze inicial / Starting Eleven / Alineación: Marchesín, Tecatito, Mbemba, Pepe, Sarr, Zaidu, Sérgio Oliveira , Uribe, Fábio Vieira, Luis Díaz e Marega- FC Porto (@FCPorto)
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