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2021-11-25T05:34:51.205Z

The Brazilian who scored a winning goal over PSG: "Bernardo gave me a big ball, he deserves thanks." Sterling equalized Lampard's balance sheet



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Manchester City celebrated at the summit, Jesus: "We have no selfish players"

The Brazilian who scored a winning goal over PSG: "Bernardo gave me a big ball, he deserves thanks."

Sterling equalized Lampard's balance sheet

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Summary: Manchester City - Everton 0: 3 (Sport 1)

True, in retrospect Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain promised promotion to the last 16 of the Champions League regardless of the outcome of the game between them, but a lot of prestige was at stake last night at City of Manchester Stadium, and the English took all the cash with 1: 2.

In the last seven months, since the Champions League semi-final last season, Paris have lost to City more times than to any French rivals they have faced.

Three losses to the Blues, two to the ground.

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One gate from Scholes.

Sterling (Photo: GettyImages, Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA)

Raheem Sterling, who equalized 1-1 after falling behind Killian Ambape, scored the 23rd goal in the Champions League and equalized with that of Frank Lampard.

Now only Paul Scholes (24) and Wayne Rooney (30) are ahead of him.



Gabriel Jesus who came in as a substitute, completed the makeover after Bernardo Silva's cooking: "He deserves thanks, I know his quality and I knew where to wait for delivery. I am able to conquer, come in and help my team. Today I did it after a big ball from Bernardo. "We have a lot of quality players, who cheer for the team to win. We have no selfishness."



Bernardo himself concluded: "We are very, very pleased with the three points because we had to fight to win the house title. Our fans got a good performance. We absorbed first, but our reaction was great."

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