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Foden sets new Champions League record

STAR: Phil Foden has set a new Champions League record

STAR: Phil Foden has set a new Champions League record

Phil Foden has become the youngest Englishman to start a Champions League game.

The Stockport-born midfielder, who has been at City since the age of nine, was named in Pep Guardiola’s starting XI for the game away at Shakhtar Donetsk.

It means at 17 years 192 days, he overtakes Josh McEachran, who played for Chelsea against Marseille in 2010, on the list of the youngest English players to start a game in Europe’s elite knock-out competition.

He made his City debut as a substitute in the win over Feyenoord last month and was named Player of the Tournament as England won the Under-17 World Cup in October.

Everyone at City would like to congratulate Phil on another significant milestone.

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Foden handed start as Blues make seven changes

EURO DELIGHT: Foden became the youngest player in City's history to play in the Champions League

Phil Foden makes his full first team debut against Shakhtar as City make seven changes from the side that beat West Ham at the weekend.

Team news and possible formation ahead of the game with Shakhtar Donetsk...

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City trio nominated for Premier League awards

TOGETHER: City celebrate going ahead on 47 minutes.

Manchester City have again picked up several nominations for the latest round of the Premier League’s monthly awards.

Pep Guardiola, Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling shortlisted in three categories.