2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4-1-0, 3rd in English Premier League
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5hESPN

Lyon to issue life ban to Nazi-saluting fan

Lyon are seeking to identify a fan accused of performing a Nazi salute during their 2-1 win over Manchester City in the Champions League opener.

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7hJonathan Smith

City good but not UCL favourites - Silva

Bernardo Silva said Manchester City should not be seen as favourites to win the Champions League after their home defeat to Lyon on Wednesday.

Arteta: Lyon punished Man City's mistakes (0:39)
Genesio: Fekir superb in outstanding Lyon team (0:45)
Extra Time: Best & worst UCL performers, Arteta not ready to manage? (6:19)
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19hDavid Mooney

Delph epitomises Man City's flat loss to Lyon

Fabian Delph's crucial mistake led to Lyon's first goal, and things didn't get any better for the left-back -- or Manchester City -- in a 2-1 loss.

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20hMichael Cox

Sluggish, uninspired Man City stunned by Lyon

Lyon were ruthless in their Champions League opener vs. Man City, with Nabil Fekir & Co. pressing, rattling and punishing City on their own patch.

Lyon stun mistake-prone Man City at the Etihad (1:35)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Manchester City are some people's favourites for the Champions League but they came back to Earth with a shock 2-1 defeat to Lyon. Lacklustre performance from back to front and their "easy" group just got a whole lot harder.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Dreadful 45 minutes from Manchester City. Passing poor, defending lacklustre and lack of attacking threat. Lyon boss Genesio maybe under threat but he's got perfectly right tonight.

0:16

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

New season, same old boos from the Manchester City fans for the Champions League anthem. Lyon have brought just over 600 fans so there's a vast empty section above the away fans.

0:18

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Mikel Arteta in charge for Manchester City tonight with Pep Guardiola banned from the touchline and doing things differently already. He's out on the pitch taking charge of the prematch warmup.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

No sign of Pep Guardiola because of his one-match touchline; Mikel Arteta will be in charge tonight. There's three changes for the Champions League opener with Lyon, Gabriel, Stones and Gundogan in for Aguero, Otamendi and Sane.

Arteta: Man City have the best players in the world (1:29)
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2dJonathan Smith

Man City have 'best players in the world' - Arteta

Mikel Arteta will be in charge on the touchline for Wednesday's game and said he would not change City's squad for any other in the competition.

Premier League: 33 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 5 (3:21)
ICYMI: Ronaldo breaks through, Ibra's milestone & more (1:49)
Chelsea and Liverpool remain perfect (3:32)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference111st
Goals Scored14Tied-1st
Assists9Tied-1st
Goals Conceded32nd