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With the Premier League title all but wrapped up, and a domestic trophy cabinet full to the brim with FA and EFL Cups, Pep Guardiola would love nothing more than to end his Champions League hoodoo at the Etihad Stadium this time around.
After sweeping aside the competition in the group stage, Man City needed no second invitation to assume control of their last-16 battle in the first leg thanks to goals from Silva and Jesus, with Guardiola’s men now bidding to make the quarter-finals for the fourth year in a row, and hopefully not be knocked out at that stage four years in a row.
Indeed, City have been sent packing in the last eight by Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Lyon in the past three seasons, but they head into the second leg of their last-16 tie with Monchengladbach having gone 616 minutes without conceding a goal in the tournament, and there is genuine belief that this could be City’s year on the biggest stage of them all.
Tuesday’s game is technically City’s ‘home’ leg despite the rearranged venue, but they have never failed to progress in Europe after marching to victory in the first leg away from home and will be expected to breeze past an out-of-form Monchengladbach this week, especially with no players injured, suspended or at risk of suspension.
A much-changed Man City outfit broke Fulham’s defensive resolve to triumph 3-0 at Craven Cottage at the weekend, as a certain Sergio Aguero finally got off the mark for the Premier League season from the penalty spot in that game,
and having won 23 of their last 24 games across all competitions, even the most ardent of Monchengladbach supporters cannot be expecting miracles from their team in Budapest.
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Marco Rose is hardly enjoying the send-off he would have liked in the Monchengladbach dugout, as he has now witnessed his side go eight matches without a win as they lost for the sixth game in a row following a 3-1 defeat to Augsburg on Friday night.
Rose has not witnessed his side come up trumps in any competition since a 2-1 win at Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal on February 3 – before he announced that Borussia Dortmund would be his next destination.
and given Monchengladbach’s truly woeful form of late, many are starting to question whether the appointment of the 44-year-old was a shrewd or naive move from the Dortmund hierarchy