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Manchester City Kids Thrash AC Milan + Video

The Dallas Cup opened with plenty of goals in Bracket B courtesy of Eintracht Frankfurt's 6-1 demolition of Urawa Red Diamonds. Vancouver Whitecaps also notched up an impressive win over Club Futbol Monterrey in Bracket C, the scoreline reading 4-1.



The days much anticipated headline fixture was between Manchester City and AC Milan in Bracket A. The game followed on from the grand opening ceremony and it did not disappoint.

City had a 1-0 lead by half-time with Liberian wonder-kid Alex Nimely-Tchineni running riot through AC Milan's back line.

After the break, a Robbie Mak penalty and two more goals sealed an emphatic win for the young City side. Manchester City 4-0 AC Milan.

The young City stars follow their crushing win over AC Milan against Canada's Toronto and Mexico's Tigres, who drew 1-1 earlier in the day.

Manchester City Squad: Abdi Ibrahim, James Poole, Jeremy Helan, Andrew Mitchell, John Guidetti, Joe Clegg, Tobias Johansen, Reece Wabara, Andrew Tutte, Robbie Mak, Alex Nimely-Tchineni, Greg Cunningham, Chris Chantler, Ahmad Benali, Jack Redshaw, Sean Tse, Dedryk Boyata, Omar Elabdellaoui.

Group Standings:

Bracket APWDLFAGDPts
Manchester City11004043
Tigres10101101
Toronto FC10101101
AC Milan100104-40

For full group standings, visit: www.dallascup.com


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Date:Monday April 6 2009

Time: 4:21AM

Your Comments

A fantatstic result and another coup for the brilliant MCFC Academy.
Johnny Baguette
A fantatstic result and another coup for the brilliant MCFC Academy.
Johnny Baguette
Great result - interesting to see how they go on in the next game as it's played only 17 hours after this one finished.
Thaibluefan
Great result - interesting to see how they go on in the next game as it's played only 17 hours after this one finished.
Thaibluefan
It will be a tough ask but I think we took a big enough squad to cope.
eighthsin
It will be a tough ask but I think we took a big enough squad to cope.
eighthsin
Superb!! Any opportunity to give it Milan after the Kaka nonesense!! :-)
derry
Superb!! Any opportunity to give it Milan after the Kaka nonesense!! :-)
derry
Great result guys and I hope you said as you were leaving the field "Stick that up your Kaka"
Doody
Great result guys and I hope you said as you were leaving the field "Stick that up your Kaka"
Doody
The thought occurs to me that with Milano's age structure the average age of their youth team is probably 28 years and 9 months.
kennyclementstache
The thought occurs to me that with Milano's age structure the average age of their youth team is probably 28 years and 9 months.
kennyclementstache
wow what a great result and against a world recognised team aswell,if we had beatena team nobody had heard of then it wouldnt be as good but to HAMMER milan after the kakgate is awesome. well done young guns.
bluemooner_mcfc
wow what a great result and against a world recognised team aswell,if we had beatena team nobody had heard of then it wouldnt be as good but to HAMMER milan after the kakgate is awesome. well done young guns.
bluemooner_mcfc
I take it we all want to be rocket man?
Buzz Lightyear
I take it we all want to be rocket man?
Buzz Lightyear
 

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