Manchester City vs Dinamo Zagreb Live

Manchester City vs Dinamo Zagreb Live :: Pep Guardiola’s side won their opening group match 3-0 at Shakhtar Donetsk, and the Catalan coach is determined to finally land the European Cup at City after being frustrated numerous times.

Manchester City started their group stage action off right against Shakhtar Donetsk two weeks ago. Man City didn’t even let Shakhtar Donetsk onto the board and left with a 3-0 victory. City will have a six-point leg up on Shakhtar Donetsk if they win again.

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The match between the two teams is scheduled at 3 p.m. ET Tuesday, October 1st at Etihad Stadium, with the winner earning three points. Keep up with this and all the UEFA Champions League
Manchester City resume Champions League duties this evening as Dinamo Zagreb head to the Etihad.

Guardiola is balancing his squad between European duties and attempting to reel in Premier League pace-setters Liverpool, which means the likes of Sergio Aguero and Bernardo Silva should feature against Dinamo.
​Manchester City will return to Champions League action on Tuesday when they welcome Dinamo Zagreb to the Etihad Stadium.

City’s European campaign got off to a perfect start as they stormed to a 3-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk last time out, and they will certainly be eager to pick up a similar result here.


As for Dinamo, they were one of the surprise packages from the first matchday, having stormed to a shock 4-0 win over Atalanta. They will be up for a challenge against City.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.
This will be Manchester City’s first encounter with Dinamo Zagreb in European competition and their first ever such meeting with a Croatian side.

Dinamo Zagreb have never won away from home against English teams in all competitions in Europe, losing five of their seven trips to England (D2).

Manchester City have won their last four Champions League home games by an aggregate score of 19-4; they’ve never won five in a row in the competition. Indeed, City have lost only one of their last 11 home group stage matches (W9 D1 L1).

Manchester City celebrate a goal in their Champions League opening group game
Manchester City celebrate a goal in their Champions League opening group game
Dinamo Zagreb are winless in their last 15 Champions League away matches (D2 L13), losing each of the last 12. No side has ever lost 13 consecutive away games in the Champions League (Spartak Moscow also lost 12 between October 2000 and October 2006).

Manchester City’s 3-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk was Pep Guardiola’s 30th managerial UEFA Champions League win by three or more goals – only Carlo Ancelotti (32 wins)
has more by that margin in the history of the competition.

Dinamo Zagreb ended a run of 11 consecutive Champions League losses with victory over Atalanta on MD1, only once have they won in successive games in the competition (back-to-back wins in November 1998).

Pep Guardiola says it will not be a disaster with Manchester City’s hierarchy if he does not win the Champions League this season.
Charlie’s prediction
We had a chuckle at the weekend about this. Pep Guardiola was resting Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Bernardo Silva, yet they still got the job done away at Everton. Aguero is his No 9 but Gabriel Jesus has found a bit of form. It was a tricky game – Manchester City never get it easy there. It was no surprise Raheem Sterling started, and he got himself on the scoresheet once again. Phil Foden needs more game-time, but the two Silvas and Aguero can come back in. He may try something defensively – Fernandinho may not be able to play three games in a week. I would not be surprised if it was a Champions League hat-trick for Aguero but Guardiola could make five or six changes and throw other people in that have something to show and prove.
Manchester City’s quest for a maiden Champions League crown continues on Tuesday night when they host Dinamo Zagreb at the Etihad Stadium exclusively on BT Sport.

When is Man City v Dinamo?
Man City v Dinamo will be shown live at 7.15pm (8pm kick-off) on Tuesday 1 October on BT Sport 3 HD on TV and across our digital platforms.

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