Manchester City looked in really good figure as they saw off West Ham 3-0 during a Laugardalsvollur Stadium in Iceland on Friday.
Pep Guardiola’s side took a lead after only 8 mins by Gabriel Jesus.
The Brazilian slotted home from tighten operation after Angelo Ogbonna and Arthur Masuaku got into a confusion during a behind and surrendered possession to Kevin de Bruyne, who sent a cranky in for Jesus to modify during a behind post.
City had several some-more chances to supplement to their total in a initial half, though it stayed 1-0 during a break.
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West Ham brought on new signing Javier Hernandez during a start of a second half, though a Citizens continued to browbeat proceedings.
Ten mins into a half, Guardiola’s group finally had their second goal, Aguero finishing after a poetic issuing pierce involving Nicolas Otamendi, Leroy Sane and David Silva.
And City combined a third on 71 mins after 17-year-old Phil Foden unleashed a extreme shot on a corner of a box that was blocked into a trail of Raheem Sterling, who finished on a volley.
West Ham looked to have scored a satisfaction idea late on by Andre Ayew, though a Ghanaian was cruelly adjuged to have fouled an antithesis actor in a build-up.
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