- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- MayconAlan Patrick77'
- TaisonWellington Nem77'
- Jesus (P)72'
- Júnior MoraesKayode63'
- 1st Half
- Jesus (P)24'
Manchester City - Shakhtar Donetsk
Champions League - 8 November 2018
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FT: Man City 6-0 Shakhtar. Silva, Jesus (3), Sterling and Mahrez claim an emphatic win for the Citizens - but they must wait to confirm progress to the last 16 after Hoffenheim struck late to earn a 2-2 draw at Lyon.
- GoalGabriel JesusManchester City
GOAL! It's six of the best and Gabriel Jesus has a HAT-TRICK. The Brazilian is set free by Mahrez's pass and clips a sublime lob over Pyatov to claim the match ball.
Two minutes added.
'Blue Moon' ringing out around the Etihad.
It remains 2-1 to Lyon in France. Are City going to have their passage to the last 16 confirmed tonight?
Nearly six. Mahrez teases it in from the left for Sterling ,who beats Pyatov to it, but can't get it beyond the last-ditch block-tackle of Ismaily.
This is about to go down as City's biggest ever win in the CL.
- GoalRiyad MahrezManchester City
GOAL! It's five-star City! Mahrez squeezes a driven shot through the keeper after he was given time to take down Gundogan's hoisted pass.
Cirty have given some of their stars an early night in preparation for Sunday's derby. All eyes on Lyon now to see if they have made it to the last 16 tonight...
Yaroslav Rakitskiy hovers over a free kick 25 yards out. He curves it over the wall and towards the corner, but Ederson is alert and beats it away.
- OffTaisonShakhtar Donetsk
- OnWellington NemShakhtar Donetsk
SHAKHTAR CHANGE: Nem on for Taison.
- OffMayconShakhtar Donetsk
- OnAlan PatrickShakhtar Donetsk
SHAKHTAR CHANGE: Maycon off, Alan Patrick on.
- OffFernandinhoManchester City
- OnFabian DelphManchester City
CITY CHANGE: Fernandinho off, Delph on.
Mahrez rampages free down the right. He surges into the area and flashes a driven shot just wide of the far post.
LATEST: 10-man Hoffenheim have reduced the arrears in Lyon. It's now 2-1.
- OffDavid SilvaManchester City
- OnIlkay GündoganManchester City
CITY CHANGE: David Silva gets an ovation as Gundogan comes on.
- Goal by penaltyGabriel JesusManchester City
GOAL! Jesus steps up once more and fires high into the net, once again sending Pyatov the wrong way.
PENALTY TO CITY! David Silva tumbled by Stepanenko.
Taison lets fly from 30 yards but it swerves away from goal and never looks like troubling Ederson, who has been a virtual spectator tonight.
Elsewhere, it's still 2-0 to Lyon and Hoffenheim are now down to 10-men.
It's looking good for City.
- OffJúnior MoraesShakhtar Donetsk
- OnOlarenwaju KayodeShakhtar Donetsk
SHAKHTAR CHANGE: Moraes off, Kayode on.
City pepper the Shakhtar area. The ball is moved from one corner to the other before David Silva's attempted volley flies high into the sky, luring Pyatov off his line to gratefully gather.
- OffKyle WalkerManchester City
- OnDaniloManchester City
CITY CHANGE: Danilo on for Walker.
Jesus flicks a header over the top from David Silva's left-wing cross.
Bernardo and David doing their Silva thing down the left. Shakhtar survive another penalty appeal as the latter tumbles inside the box. It's the right call too.
Pep could well begin to turn his focus towards Sunday's Manchester derby. Expect changes soon.
This game can be summed up as City playing in second gear and occasionally stepping it up to tear through Shakhtar. How many they end up with tonight is up to them.
- GoalRaheem SterlingManchester City
GOAL! That's sublime from Sterling. He turns in the midfield, surges beyond two and curves a wonderful 25-yard effort into the far corner.
A bit surprised by this stat. Thought he'd have netted more in the past.
Good old Pep.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! City restart the contest.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Man City 2-0 Shakhtar. Silva and Jesus from the spot have put the hosts firmly in control. But that penalty decision is all anyone is talking about!
Bernardo latches onto Jesus' lovely lay off, but sees his shot deflect just wide.
Shakhtar have had a couple of half chances since going 2-0 down, but City are well in control here.
Kovalenko digs out a 22-yard drive and then wishes he hadn't as it flies a few yards wide of Ederson's near post.
So, with it being 2-0 in both Group F matches, it's looking good for City who WILL progress tonight if each home team wins.
Sneaky reference to the 'football leaks' documents in the media this week...
Whatever your view on the penalty decision, Jesus made sure City took full advantage.
People also mentioning Fowler after he pleaded with the referee not to award a penalty for him against Arsenal back in 1997.
Here's his take on that Sterling penalty incident.
Lots of Social Media chatter about the Sterling penalty award.
LATEST: Lyon 2-0 Hoffenheim.
Jesus races clear. He takes aim but takes too long pulling the trigger and he sees his shot blocked by a last-ditch challenge.
Interesting that Guardiola gestured to the fourth official that Sterling wasn't tripped after he saw the replay.
LATEST: Lyon 1-0 Hoffenheim.
As it stands, City will qualify for the last 16.
- Goal by penaltyGabriel JesusManchester City
GOAL! Jesus sends Pyatov the wrong way from the spot with a composed penalty kick.
PENALTY TO CITY!
Sterling races into the left side of the box and kicks the floor. The referee gets it wrong!
More keep-ball from the hosts. It's very easy on the eye but there's not much urgency or tempo in this game.
PHOTO: Silva tucks home Mahrez's driven cross.
City patiently knocking the ball about, waiting for the opening to up the ante. Shakhtar already looking like they are in damage limitation mode.
Bernardo saunters in from the right, nutmegs Stepanenko and drills in a 25-yarder that warms the gloves of Pyatov.
DID YOU KNOW? An astonishing 21 of Shakhtar's last 22 away Champions League goals have been scored by Brazilian players.
That's a third CL goal in as many outings for Silva.
LATEST: Lyon 0-0 Hoffenheim.
As it stands, City need Lyon to win to progress.
- GoalDavid SilvaManchester City
GOAL! David Silva tucks home from close range after brilliant play by Mahrez on the right.
At the other end, Jesus can't get enough power on a downward header to trouble Pyatov after a good run and cross from Zinchenko on the left.
Matvyenko cuts in from the right and teases a lovely pass towards the run of Moraes, who ghosts into the area but sees his low drive flash straight at Ederson.
Bernardo Silva leads two defenders a merry dance on the right before feeding Mahrez who sees his attempted cross blocked behind. The former Leicester man takes the resulting corner but it's easily dealt with by the away side's rearguard.
Fernandinho breaks up the play as Shakhtar looked to attack. It's shifted to Sterling who instinctively flicks it into the path of Jesus, who is caught offside by the visitors' high line.
STAT: Shakhtar Donetsk have been beaten in seven of their last nine CL away matches, winning just once. The Ukrainian champions did avoid defeat in their last Cl away match tough, drawing 2-2 at Lyon.
Laporte switches a sublime diagonal ball towards Mahrez on the right. The forward jinks past one but can't wriggle past the other as the flood of City shirts in the middle turn back in disappointment.
No surprise to see City dominating possession from the off.
If City did lose tonight, they would become the first ever English team to lose four home CL matches on the spin. That would be a big shock....
Head-to-head: City have won two and drawn one of their three home matches with Ukrainian opposition. They have not conceded a goal in that time. However, the Citizens are on a run of three straight home defeats in Europe, losing all of those games by a 2-1 scoreline (Basel, Liverpool and Lyon).
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Shakhtar get this Group F clash underway.
Guardiola on David Silva: "It was always a problem to play against him. He is one of the most incredible players in the world playing in the pockets, in the small spaces between some players. We try to attack, to move in small spaces. Few players in the world can do that and he is a master. He plays football better than the other ones so to survive against physical teams, a footballer plays with the ball. He moves in a more intelligent way."
In fact, no Ukrainian side has ever won on these shores in 28 trips to England. There have been just six draws, with Dynamo Kiev the last team to avoid a loss when they held City to a 0-0 draw in March 2016.
Shakhtar come into this in buoyant mood, despite losing 3-0 at home to City on Matchday 3. The Ukrainian champions saw off rivals, Dynamo Kiev 2-1 at the weekend. It was their first win against Kiev in seven meetings. However, Donetsk have never won at match in England in seven visits.
Kyle Walker on Raheem Sterling: "He's been a joy to work with; a pleasure to play behind him. I said to him to play with a smile on your face. Everyone can help him. He's reaching levels he can do."
Pep Guardiola: "Every game is important, and you have to evaluate. Shakhtar is the most important because it's the first one. After dropping points against Lyon every game is a final. We have a chance to step into next round, then we have three or four days to think about Manchester United."
City have made three changes from the team that hit Southampton for six. Gabriel Jesus leads the line in place of Sergio Aguero, while Oleksandr Zinchenko and Riyad Mahrez also come in.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - MAN CITY: Ederson, Walker, Stones, Laporte, Zinchenko, Fernandinho, David Silva, Mahrez, Bernardo Silva, Sterling, Jesus... Subs: Muric, Danilo, Gundogan, Aguero, Delph, Sane, Otamendi. /// SHAKHTAR: Pyatov, Matviyenko, Kryvtsov, Rakitskiy, Ismaily, Stepanenko, Maycon, Bolbat, Kovalenko, Taison, Moraes... Subs: Shevchenko, Khocholava, Kayode, Nem, Butko, Dentinho, Lourenco.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the Champions League Group F clash between Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk at Etihad Stadium.
After a shock loss to kick off this season's European campaign, City have turned it around. A victory tonight coupled with a defeat for Hoffenheim would see them qualify for the last 16. Kick off 20:00 GMT.