Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City made a loud noise enroute making in to the Champions League quarter-finals after an emphatic 7-0 second-leg victory over Schalke saw them progress 10-2 on aggregate.
Manchester City won the first leg in Germany 3-2 and many pundits, analysts predicted a tough encounter in England.
Manchester City would not be having any of that as they reached the seventh heaven in a total performance.
Sergio Aguero made amends for missing an early sitter with two first-half goals.
Aguero’s first of was a Panenka penalty.
Leroy Sane put the tie beyond his former club with City’s third before the interval.
Sane set up Raheem Sterling for a clinical fourth his sixth goal in his last three appearances.
Bernardo Silva made it five and Phil Foden was on target for a sixth – his first European goal.
Gabriel Jesus completed the rout with City’s seventh to cap a perfect night for Pep Guardiola’s side, who await their fate in Friday’s quarter-final and semi-final draw.
Manchester City travel to Swansea in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on Saturday Schalke, meanwhile, host RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga on Saturday