CommentaryReporting by Jack Mumford @mancity


Until Saturday...

It's another knockout game to come this week before the international break. Burnley are the visitors in the FA Cup quarter-final.

We'll find out our UEFA Champions League quarter-final opponents on Friday morning. What an exciting time to be a Blue! Goodnight.


Matchday Live!

Watch how our studio guests reacted to an unforgettable evening...


Still to come...

We'll have more detailed reaction from Guardiola and Haaland on our official website this evening.

Highlights will be available tomorrow night, as will a full-match replay for CITY+ and Recast subscribers.

In the meantime, there's plenty to discover here and on


A recap of Erling's milestones tonight...

Erling Haaland is now Manchester City's top goalscorer in a season ever. His 39th goal takes him past Tommy Johnson's 38 in 1928-29.

He has scored 10 goals in the UEFA Champions League this season, the most by a Man City player in a single season in the competition.

He is the third player to score five goals in a single UEFA Champions League game after Luiz Adriano in October 2014 (Shakhtar Donetsk vs BATE Borisov) and Lionel Messi in March 2012 (Barcelona v Bayer Leverkusen).

He has scored 33 goals in 25 games in the UEFA Champions League, reaching the 30-goal milestone in fewer matches than any other player in the competition’s history.

Haaland also became the youngest player to reach 30 goals in Champions League history (22y 236d).


Erling Haaland speaking to BT Sport 🗣


It’s a big night. First of all to play in the Champions League, I’m proud to play in it - I love this competition as everyone knows. Five goals and to win 7-0 at home, I’m so happy.


I’m a bit blurry in my head so I don't remember them! I was just shooting! I was so tired as well after the celebrations.


We worked on the pressing yesterday. Especially at home and every game, we  have to put pressure and run. We are so good at winning the ball back. It was part of the plan.


I think after scoring five goals, I have to say scoring goals! A lot of goals today I did not think, I was just doing it. Same with every goal, I didn’t think. A lot of it is being quick in the mind and putting it where the keeper is not. A lot of it is in the head I think.


Pep sums up KDB's game 🗣

He’s a fantastic extraordinary player. The rhythm he played today is the Kevin we know. This season we have not seen him much in that situation because of the World Cup and many things. When he plays with the rhythm he can score goals and make assists. He’s so dynamic. He has to move and move.


Quarter-final draw details

The draw is scheduled to take place at 11:00 (UK) on Friday 17 March at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

We will have a special live show on with guests discussing City's campaign so far and then after all is revealed, their take on our opponents.

You can also find out who City draw on, the official Man City app and on Twitter: @ManCity.


Pep Guardiola's initial reaction 🗣

On the dream performance: Absolutely. Really good performance from minute 1 to the end - really good!

On what he liked most: Everything! The way the wingers allowed us to make passes and the high pressing. We won the ball back good. With Eddie we created ourself problems, but we played really, really good with the ball and without the ball. We scored a lot of goals. Erling was amazing but everyone was exceptional.

On Haaland: Five in 60 minutes, no more than that - if he did 90 minutes who knows what he could do! Incredible guy, incredible mentality.


Move of the match?

Haaland's first came from the spot and the other four were rebounds. However, Ilkay Gundogan's goal came as the result of a long, long passing sequence.


Ruthless from our man 👊