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Manchester City can win Champions League, says Feyenoord boss Van Bronckhorst

14 Setiembre 2017

Chelsea maintained their revival and Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez endured a difficult return to action.

Coutinho is not a direct replacement for Mane as he plays in a more central position, but Klopp may look to introduce him in tomorrow night's Champions League game against Sevilla, even if he is used from the bench to start with.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is undeniably one of the most charismatic and successful managers of his generation and his record speaks for itself. After last season's tribulations with Joe Hart and Claudio Bravo, Guardiola has found his number one.

While revealing that Ederson did not suffer a broken bone as a result of the incident, Guardiola refused to condemn Mane following the incident, realizing that the player did not intend on causing harm.

Toure was left out of the squad by Guardiola and the manager raised fresh doubts over the veteran midfielder's future by refusing to make public why.

Ederson would later play down fears that he had suffered any serious injury in the unfortunate collision, but he has been wearing protective headgear in training. "I got a lucky one but sometimes you need that", he said.Christian Eriksen scored the second after Pickford made a good save from Ben Davies and Kane knocked in Davies' pass a minute after the interval. "They are a big club with a great coach and great players", he said.

Such form has not gone unnoticed by ex-Netherlands midfielder Van Bronckhorst, who believes they have every chance of winning the Champions League this term. "He's always in the right place at the right time".

In February 2015, drunken Feyenoord fans trashed Rome's famous Piazza di Spagna ahead of a Europa League clash. Then two players are offside.

Despite a crowded field that includes some of the finest strikers in the world, Thompson argued that the Liverpool man would hit the back of the net more than Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Sergio Aguero, Romelu Lukaku and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

In truth, Brighton's attacking display was exemplary against a West Brom side who had only conceded one goal in their opening three games.

Manchester City can win Champions League, says Feyenoord boss Van Bronckhorst