City moved into the Champions League quarter-finals with a stylish victory over Borussia Monchengladbach.
Two goals in the opening 20 minutes Kevin De Bruyne and Ilkay Gundogan wrapped the tie up with City already leading by a couple of goals from the first leg.
Some of the football was a delight to watch, with City very much looking like a team on a mission.
City looked confident and sharp from kick-off, with Joao Cancelo’s delightful chip almost volleyed home by Phil Foden on seven minutes.
Six minutes later, City were ahead with a trademark stunner from De Bruyne who received a pass from Mahrez before thundering an angled shot in off the underside of the bar to make it 1-0.
Another six minutes and the tie was as good as over as Phil Foden burst forward through the middle of the Gladbach half before sending a disguised through ball to Gundogan who took one touch before placing a low shot inside the left post – his 15th of a magnificent campaign.