Manchester City came back from two goals down to beat RB Leipzig 3-2 at home in the Champions League.

RB Leipzig forward Lois Openda scored a first-half brace for the visitors to control the majority of the first half. City had their chances in the first half, but Rico Lewis and Erling Haaland saw their efforts bounce high off the crossbar.

In the second half, Manchester City managed to score three goals through Erling Haaland, who continued his impressive Champions League run. Phil Foden scored the leveller after a lovely skill to bring the scores level. Julian Alvarez came off the bench to score the winner and ensure City finished at the top of the group and advanced to the knockout stages.


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