Manchester City got their Champions League campaign on a winning note as the citizens got a convincing victory over Dutch side Feyenoord in Rotterdam. It's easy when you are playing with quality players, with intelligent players like them. Since for Feyenoord this will be a special game, and the stadium will have a great atmosphere this evening, the mood of the hosts will be prohibitive, so here you can bet on the owners with a handicap.
Manchester City began to ease off and allowed Feyenoord to get a foothold in the game.
Tottenham finally got the two-goal cushion they needed on the hour when Christian Eriksen slid in Kane on the left edge of the area and the striker's left-foot shot took a slight deflection before nestling in the far corner.
Truth be told, theirs isn't a partnership where the two have a telepathic understanding (think Alli-Kane, Gerrard-Torres), but the presence of one can exploit the other's attributes to great effect.
The England global headed home two goals, including the opener after two minutes, as the Citizens thrashed Feyenoord 4-0 in the opening round of Group F fixtures. As if he ever wasn't!
Man City, up against Dutch champions Feyenoord, scored after just 90 seconds into the game thanks to a John Stones header. It would appear that Pep Guardiola's influence is finally beginning to rub off on the 23-year-old.
De Bruyne was honoured by the praise but suggested it was said to pressure him to keep performing.
Can Feyenoord qualify for the round of 16?
"Because David has won so many things during his career: the World Cup, the European Championship, the Premier League twice, the FA Cup, League Cup".
Possible Manchester City starting XI: Bravo; Danilo, Stones, Otamendi, Walker, De Bruyne, Fernandinho, D. Silva, Mendy, Aguero, Jesus. Moreover, the Barcelona match was City's biggest European defeat, home or away. It's no secret that the situation that Feyenoord finds themselves in is an extremely hard one.
"Last season we were not able to win one game away in the Champions League".
The late introductions of Raheem Sterling and and Leroy Sane did little to alleviate Feyenoord's fears as they desperately defended for the remainder of the match.
City are now already in a strong position in Group F ahead of back-to-back home games against Shakhtar Donetsk and Napoli.
Both of City's full-backs - bought in for massive money this summer - were outstanding on the night.
Kyle Walker swept in a cross from the right and Aguero produced a sublime finish to leave the home side stunned. 'I demand as much as possible.