- Ferran Torres slotted City neatly into the lead soon after the interval after Riyad Mahrez’s little poke forward
- Sergio Aguero was introduced as a second half substitute and soon poked home a scramble inside the box
- Raheem Sterling, another substitute for City, rounded off the scoring late on after smashing in on the line
Manchester City rounded off the Champions League group stages with a comfortable victory over Marseille.
City eased to a 3-0 win over Marseille to round off the Champions League group stages and stay unbeaten in Europe.
Pep Guardiola welcomed back Sergio Aguero from injury and the lethal Argentine netted on his return with a typical poacher’s finish at the far post for City’s second goal.
In-form Ferran Torres opened the scoring soon after second half begun after latching on to Riyad Mahrez’s poke forward. It was his fourth in Europe this season.
Raheem Sterling, another substitute for City, rounded off the scoring late on after smashing in on the line.
City take on beleaguered Manchester United in the Manchester Derby this weekend.