Manchester City, again carried by Erling Haaland, author of a double, got closer to the knockout stages of the Champions League, beating Copenhagen 5-0 on Wednesday at home.
The Norwegian scorer from the 7th minute, then in the 33rd, perfectly launched his team towards a third success in as many C1 days.
A strike from Sergio Gomez deflected into his own half by David Khocholava (39th), then a penalty from Riyad Mahrez (55th) and a goal from Julian Alvarez (76th) gave a little more scope to City's success, more than never leader of group G.
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Upon returning from the locker room, Pep Guardiola chose to preserve Haaland, replaced by the young Cole Palmer, 20 years old.
But the 45 minutes spent on the lawn by Haaland have further allowed him to improve his already maddening statistics: he now totals 19 goals in all competitions this season including 5 in C1.
Copenhagen, which has yet to win a match or score a goal, will return to City on Tuesday.