It's too easy for Manchester City.
The Citizens dominated the first half of their Champions League group stage opener against Borussia Mönchengladbach, and they got two goals to show for it. And after Sergio Agüero scored the first goal inside ten minutes, the Argentine striker had the chance to score another after Ilkay Gundogan suffered a penalty.
Agüero stepped up, and buried it:
This is Agüero's eighth goal this season, and his fourteenth in the last twelve starts for City. His run is insane, and 'Kun' is still a pretty damn good striker even with the coaching change. Pep Guardiola football works, and strikers gonna strike.