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Manchester City firmly booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in Budapest and brought Borussia Mönchengladbach another 2-0 defeat to win a total of 4-0. The German team scored in the worst form for the “away game” of theirs Round of 16 a The last seven games had brought one draw and six losses

Few would have seriously expected to make up their first leg deficit, but even the most optimistic Gladbach fans would have concluded the tie was over when Kevin De Bruyne shot a powerful shot off the crossbar in 12 minutes

It wasn’t long before City doubled its lead Ilkay Gundogan had a rear wheel from Phil Foden for his 15th birthday Goal of the season behind them It was all Gladbach could do to stem the tide from then on, as they were the last team to fall victim to Pep Guardiola’s relentless winning machine

City reaches the quarter-finals together with Real Madrid, Liverpool, Porto, PSG and Dortmund. The last two places will be decided on Wednesday with Chelsea-Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich-Latium on Paramount

Most of all, you just got the feeling that City was having a great time.They weren’t afraid to try something more difficult, tactically and technically.The players wandered where they wanted, especially De Bruyne, whose drifting room gave Gundogan and Foden opened

Meanwhile, Joao Cancelo was such a reverse left-back that he occasionally showed up on the right channel to play with Kyle Walker.This shy opposition gave City a chance to drive through the aisles, but what was crucial was being at least in the first half never had the feeling that they had taken their foot off the gas

City pressed in large numbers, in particular Gundogan and Bernardo chased the opposing midfield, while Gladbach managed to get the ball onto the field on rare occasions They were the subject of firm but fair hits from John Stones and Ruben Dias

De Bruyne’s perfectly cut hit from 25 yards killed the tie (if it wasn’t already dead) but City were in no mood to let up and scored one of their best goals of the season, a 15-pass masterpiece of patience, followed shortly afterwards of the devastating piece through the heart of Gladbach

It may even be more satisfying to see the passport graphic from above than to see the gate

All of this free flowing attacking game came without Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero, or Raheem Sterling; In fact, this was a team that was sure to dominate the game as it didn’t take a 20-goal-per-season striker to finish this competition, a fact that will provide Guardiola with an intriguing option in the latter stages of this competition

Apart from the payoff from Borussia Dortmund, which Gladbach can hope for if they keep Marco Rose until the end of the season, it is difficult to see what specific benefit the foals will get from keeping their future ex Manager at the club Since they themselves announced their head coach’s exit in February 15, this team has lost six straight and extended the wobble to a full-blown breakdown where they gently exited the Champions League when they were in the Bundesliga slide down the middle of the table

It’s a frustrating end to a season that started out brightly and that shouldn’t have gone in that direction.Even at full intensity, Gladbach almost certainly couldn’t have kept up with this city, but they are a team that make theirs Has earned place in the last 16

This is a collection of good players who can cause damage to teams as well as City – they had already proven that leaving a group that included Inter Milan and Shakhtar Donetsk had quality passages in this game too, especially Marcus Thuram, who slipped through Breel Embolo to go far But these moments were rare and as soon as City increased the intensity again, the players simply fell away

How did Rose get his message across to players who know he’ll be gone soon? What is there to motivate these players beyond personal pride? That is surely not enough

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