Manchester City vs. Feyenoord Rotterdam, UEFA Champions League Group F, Tuesday, November 21, 19:45 GMT
Home Team Stats
Tomorrow evening, Manchester City welcomes Feyenoord on Etihad Stadium for the 5th round of UEFA Champions League showdown. Josep Guardiola’s team is currently holding 1st place in the leaderboard, with a total of 12 points out of 12 possible, collected after 4 straight victories. Manchester City’s impressive record is made up of 9 wins and 1 draw across the team’s last 10 matches for all competitions. Away Team Stats
Away Team Stats
Bad news for Feyenoord’s supporters: the team hasn’t been able to secure not one victory across its last 4 games. For this matter, van Bronckhorst’s team is currently placed at the bottom of the leaderboard with very slim chances to turn things around now. While Manchester City’s main focus was to keep pushing the ball through its opponents’ goalpost, Feyenoord kept cashing in goals, at least one for each of its last 4 performances.
Thanks to its impressive attack strategy, Manchester City was the first to score in 13 out of its most recent 15 matches. Also, looking back on the team’s last 55 outings, the final whistle took 38 of the confrontations between Guardiola’s team and its opponents past the 2.5 goals marker.
Looking back on Feyenoord’s most recent 10 matches, van Bronckhorst’s team secured 4 victories, drew 3 times, and lost on another 4 instances. For this competition, the Dutchmen weren’t able to claim a single point.
As it stands, there is little hope that Feyenoord will have any chance of defeating Manchester City tomorrow evening. All that remains is to speculate on the number of goals the Dutchmen will cash in during this encounter. If History teaches us something, it’s that Manchester City will once again rocket past the 2.5 goals marker, possibly pushing the final score towards a 4-1. And that’s only if Feyenoord gets lucky enough to slip past Manchester City’s defenses.
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