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Guardiola: Sending off ended contest

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Sterling: Barca's MSN strike force were ruthless

OPENER: Leo Messi puts Barca ahead

Winger Raheem Sterling admitted City paid the price for giving Barcelona's famous MSN strikeforce too many opportunities in the 4-0 Champions League defeat at the Nou Camp.

Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick and Neymar added a late fourth against 10-man City, who had goalkeeper Claudio Bravo sent off for handling outside the box. The third element of MSN - Luis Suarez - did not score but was his usual lively presence up front.

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Barcelona v City: In focus

Match Report

Messi treble downs luckless City

GOAL-MACHINE: Messi the destructor in chief...

City and Barcelona both ended with ten men but it was the hosts who emerged victorious thanks to a Lionel Messi hat-trick and a late Neymar goal.

Match report of City's 4-0 loss to Barcelona...

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FT: Barcelona 4-0 City - Match Day Centre

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Aguero starts on bench for City

NOT AGAIN! Sergio Aguero sees his spot-kick saved

Sergio Aguero again starts on the bench as City make three changes for the UCL game with Barcelona.

Team news and possible tactics ahead of City's match against Barcelona

What the Media Says

Iniesta: Pep can win Champions League with City

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Zabaleta: City need perfection against Barca

WARM UP: The lads get ready for today's session.

Defender Pablo Zabaleta says City need to play a “perfect” game to defeat Barcelona at the Nou Camp on Wednesday.

Barca have a 100% record against City in the Champions League - albeit in the knock-out stages rather than group - and the La Liga come into the match after a 4-0 win over Deportivo at the weekend.

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Guardiola: Self belief vital at Nou Camp

REWIND: Back to where it all began for the Boss this week.

Manager Pep Guardiola said self-belief is key to City’s chances against Barcelona at the Nou Camp.

The Catalan boss admitted his former side are “the best team” but will not change his football philosophy against the Blues’ star-studded Group C hosts.

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