Manchester City continued their fantastic form by claiming an important victory on matchday one in the Champions League. Traveling to De Kuip to face Giovanni van Bronckhorst's Feyenoord, the Citizens claimed a comfortable 4-0 win against the reigning Eredivisie champions.
Pep Guardiola's side got off to the perfect start after taking a fortuitous lead inside two minutes. A short corner gave David Silva space to float a ball into the box which was met by John Stones, directing the ball towards the far post.
Despite the best efforts from Tonny Vilhena, the Dutchman responsible for scoring Feyenoord's only goal when City's Manchester rivals lost at De Kuip last season, the ball trickled through his legs and into the back of the net - Manchester City registering their quickest European goal ever.
Just five minutes later, Gabriel Jesus had a looping header cleared off the line by Brazilian defender
Manchester City began to ease off and allowed Feyenoord to get a foothold in the game. Ex-Watford winger
Gabriel Jesus was able to put the game to bed in the 25th minute with the easiest goal he'll ever score in sky blue. After the ball pinballed around in the area, summer signing Benjamin Mendy saw his powerful effort parried away by Jones, the ball dropping to Jesus with an open goal and the exciting young striker calmly poked the ball home.
Having survived the remaining 20 minutes of the first half, Feyenoord introduced creative midfielder
John Stones notched his second goal of the game just after the hour mark in almost identical fashion to his first.
Another short corner between David Silva and Kevin De Brunye opened up space for Stones in the penalty area and