Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The Argentine striker kept Manchester City's Champions League hopes alive by notching a hat trick against Bayern Munich.
The manager is enjoying the form his team is currently displaying with a lopsided win Tuesday doing little to dampen his enthusiasm.
The striker scored twice in the game's dying stages to save City from a crippling result against 10-man Bayern.
Jose Mourinho's men ensure their place as winners of Champions League Group G with an emphatic victory over Roberto Di Matteo's side in Gelsenkirchen.
A Sergio Aguero hat trick means that Manuel Pellegrini's men are now strong favorites to qualify as the Germans coughed up three goals as well as a red card at the Etihad Stadium.
Only a win will realistically do for Manuel Pellegrini's men against the group leaders - it's LIVE! on Goal
Roberto Di Matteo's side can leapfrog his old club in their Champions League group with victory at the Veltins Arena. Follow it LIVE! on Goal
The midfielder will be out of action until after Christmas.
The midfielder will be out of action, though the manager couldn't set a timeline.
Chelsea visits one of its old managers as the club travels to take on Schalke.
Manchester City faces a must-win situation in the Champions League against mighty Bayern Munich.
With Manchester City again facing an embarrassing early exit from the competition, Goal takes a look back at teams who have defied the odds to reach the knockout stage
The Man United assistant coach has hailed the Premier League leader as being well ahead of the pack.
Monday, November 24, 2014
The Bayern Munich boss thinks that City has an advantage in Tuesday's Champions League encounter – that it has more to play for.
A brilliant goal from Nathaniel Clyne with little less than 10 minutes left to play denied Paul Lambert's side the opportunity to win its first league game in more than two months.
The Chelsea manager says his team isn't pursuing the Germany star.
The Manchester City boss says there is little to the rumors that his club could sign Lionel Messi.
High-flying Saints take on Paul Lambert's men in Monday's Premier League action - you can follow it LIVE with Goal
With a title challenge looking bleak and the team throwing away comfortable leads, the Frenchman can only remind Gunners fans of what might have been.