The Blues head into Sunday’s season finale against Everton in the knowledge a victory would secure Champions League football for the 2018/19 campaign.
The aspiring young footballer thought she was visiting the club to provide City in the Community with feedback on its community initiative programmes, and was gobsmacked when she was presented with the tickets. Libby also had the chance to meet the artist before the show as a reward for her dedication to the sport and also received two tickets to an upcoming Manchester City game to see her favourite women’s players in action
City inched closer to next season’s European competition after a superb Claire Emslie stunner, an Izzy Christiansen penalty and a hat-trick from Parris sealed a 5-0 victory over Yeovil Town Ladies.
In addition to the landmark sleeve branding, QNET will be the headline sponsor for Manchester City’s women’s player of the month award throughout the 18/19 FA WSL season.
The Blues were edged out by holders Lyon over two legs, losing 1-0 at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais, courtesy of Lucy Bronze’s first-half volley.
The Blues suffered a 1-0 defeat in the semi-final second leg, having held the holders to a goalless draw in the first leg, to exit the competition at the last four stage against the French outfit for the second successive season.
The Blues lock horns with Lyon in the last four second leg in France on Sunday, having held the reigning champions to a goalless draw at the Academy Stadium and denying Reynald Pedros’ an away goal last weekend.