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CBG 1-5 MNC: Guardiola Proves Why He Doesn't Need A New Striker

Manchester City secured a comfortable win in their third Champions League game of the season against Club Brugge.

Pep Guardiola would be really pleased with the performance of his players as they showed great team spirit throughout the game.

Manchester City started the game on a brilliant note as they dominated possession in the early stages.

Felipe Cancelo grabbed City's first goal of the game as he managed to strike past Mignolet in the 24th minute.

The Portuguese defender made no mistake after receiving a delightful pass from sensational youngster, Phil Foden.

Things got better for City after the half hour mark when Mahrez was brought down in the box.

It was a better performance from Manchester City in the second half as they scored three more goals to secure a comfortable win away from home.

Guardiola proves to the world that he doesn't need a new striker

When Sergio Aguero left Manchester City earlier this summer, Guardiola was urged to get a replacement. The club contacted Tottenham as plans were made to sign their lethal forward, Harry Kane.

Fans thought the City's failure to sign Harry Kane would affect the team this season. However, that hasn't been the case. City has scored five goals in three different games this season.

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