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City 3-1 Barcelona Official Match report & Highlights | ManCity.com
City produced a superb display to defeat Barcelona and edge closer to qualification for the last 16

Pep hails City's Barca victory | ManCity.com
Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City’s resounding 3-1 win over Barcelona is a step in the right direction in their quest to become one of Europe’s top clubs.

Gundogan hails strong mentality | ManCity.com
Kevin De Bruyne believes City’s Champions League win over Barcelona can be the catalyst for success in the competition.

Man City player ratings: Sterling and De Bruyne star in famous win - Manchester Evening News
How did Manchester City players perform in their Champions League crunch against Barcelona?

Man City manager Guardiola is brutally honest about how he secured Barcelona win - Manchester Evening News
Pep Guardiola claimed Manchester City beat the ‘best team in the world’ with victory against Barcelona - but admitted he had to compromise his principles to do it.

Raheem Sterling booked for diving during Manchester City's clash with Barcelona - despite blatant trip - Mirror Online
Raheem Sterling was remarkably booked for diving during Manchester City's clash with Barcelona.

Lionel Messi set yet ANOTHER record with his opening goal at Manchester City - Mirror Online
Barely a game goes by without the Barcelona genius chalking up some impressive statistic or other, and he was at it again when he got on the end of a fine move to give his side the lead at Manchester City on Tuesday night.

Luis Enrique rues mistakes as Man City outclass Barcelona | Football News | Sky Sports
"We played 40 spectacular minutes, but we committed a key mistake and that hurt us because we are not machines," said Enrique.

Kevin De Bruyne shines in central role in Man City's Champions League win over Barcelona | Football News | Sky Sports
Pep Guardiola had described Manchester City's Champions League group stage game with Barcelona as "like a final" ahead of kick-off, such was the importance for his side to produce a result. Kevin De Bruyne stepped up to the occasion.