Phil Foden was delighted to see his fellow young charges impress again for City's senior team, as Pep Guardiola's side cruised to victory against Kitchee.

Although the Catalan boss fielded a highly-experienced starting XI, a host of starlets were introduced from the bench in the second half, helping the Premier League Champions to a 6-1 triumph in a pre-season friendly in Hong Kong.

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Nabil Touaizi and Iker Pozo found the net for the fifth and sixth goals, after David Silva, Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling strikes had opened up a commanding lead.

Having progressed through the ranks himself, Foden expressed his pride.

"They're all really talented lads," he said, "and they can all really push on to the first-team.

"I'm happy to see them score."

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Foden joined the squad on Monday, following a well-deserved month off for his England Under-21 exploits.

While the midfielder admitted he is yet to rekindle full fitness, he believes the test in Asia will prove beneficial to City's pre-season preparations.

"It was really tough," he conceded. "I've not been here long but to get a few minutes was nice.

"It was warm. The lads did well in the heat.

"I have to keep training hard but I'll be back (to full fitness) shortly."