It started with a typical rush of goals.
Manchester City stayed top of Champions League Group F after beating Napoli 2-1 on Tuesday but Pep Guardiola's side nearly paid the price for their sloppiness after having gone 2-0 up inside 13 minutes.
City began their European campaign with a 4-0 win over Dutch side Feyenoord and followed it up with a routine 2-0 victory over Shakhtar. None has been so hard-earned. "If you want to be considered one of the best, you have to win titles and we are here to help him achieve that".
"I think tonight was a great test to see where we were really at after a good run of hard games". "Both teams had the same idea, high pressing, a lot of passes, attack after that".
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Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane were outstanding on the night as they tore Napoli's backline apart.
The Belgium's representative Patrick De Koster stated he would be using Neymar's mega-money contract at Paris Saint-Germain as a starting point for negotiations with the Citizens over De Bruyne's future.
De Bruyne then hit the bar and Jesus was denied a second on the line by defender Kalidou Koulibaly. Against Stoke City, he dominated the midfield and he was in similar form against Napoli.
"We had some difficulties against a team that is causing difficulties against any team".
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However, the Italians were able to weather a ferocious storm and drag themselves back into the game.
When Walker pulled back Raul Albiol as they challenged to get to a cross, Napoli was awarded its first penalty of the evening but City goalkeeper Ederson Moraes guessed the right way to parry out Dries Mertens' effort. Amadou Diawara took over penalty duties and beat Ederson, who again guessed the correct side. Despite their dominance, Napoli's only real chance came after a mistake by Fernandinho, but Hamsik's shot was brilliantly blocked by John Stones.
The win for City maintains their 100% Champions League record, and they are now three points clear at the top of the group with nine points and six clear of Napoli in third.
However, this will be a trying week for Napoli, who after the big test against City will host Serie A's second-placed team Inter Milan on Sunday morning (Singapore time).
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It's important for us to understand, to have patience, to understand we are trying to build something important for the future. Why do we have to speak about Batshuayi and not other players? The performance of the whole team was bad.