Manchester City dorminated play in a Champions league group stage match against French giants PSG at Etihad stadium.
The two teams known for their high spending in transfer windows were battling it out to finish top of the group in order to progress to the round of 16 of the tournament this season.
The two teams endured a frustrating first half with no goals coming to either sides. Things however changed in the second half as Kylian Mbappe put PSG ahead in the 50th minute after an excellent team play. City manager reacted quickly to bring on Gabriel Jesus and 14 minutes later Raheem Sterling equalised for the Citizens from a dizzy team move that saw substitute Jesus assisting Sterling to the goal.
It was however not over as Bernado Silva clipped a pass to Jesus who then slotted a shot into the far corner of the net to put City ahead. Jesus has now scored 19 goals in the UEFA champions league, one ahead of football legend Ronaldinho who has 18 goals.
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