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Dynamo Kyiv 2 - Manchester City 0 - Stats

Dynamo Kyiv
2 - 0
Manchester City

Europa League

Valeri Lobanovski Stadium

10/03/11

Attendance: 16,000

Referee: Florian Meyer

Dynamo KyivManchester City
Shevchenko (25), Gusev (77)
Olek Shovkovskiy     Joe Hart    
Goran Popov     Joleon Lescott    
Danilo Silva     Vincent Kompany    
Yevhen Khacheridi     Pablo Zabaleta    
Ognjen Vukojevic     Aleksandar Kolarov     (82)
Ayila Yussuf     Micah Richards    
Oleg Gusev     Gareth Barry    
Roman Eremenko     Yaya Toure    
Andriy Shevchenko     (88) David Silva    
Andriy Yarmolenko     Edin Dzeko    
Artem Milevskiy     Mario Balotelli     (57)
Substitutes
Maksym Koval     Stuart Taylor    
Betao     Jerome Boateng    
Leandro Almeida     Dedryck Boyata    
Milos Ninkovic     (88) Patrick Vieira    
Denys Harmash     Wright-Phillips     (82)
Guilherme     Nigel de Jong    
Artem Kravets     Carlos Tevez     (57)
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
9
7
On Target
7
2
Corners
6
13
Fouls
15
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50
Comments...
City huffed and puffed but couldn't find the net. Sadly, goals from Andriy Shevchenko and Oleh Gusev gave Dynamo Kyiv a significant lead to take to Manchester. But, just as long as Roberto Mancini picks an attacking line-up in the return leg then all we have to do is find the net three times, avoid letting them score and we go through. It's not going to be easy but we CAN do it. Believe Blues, believe!

Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday March 10 2011
Time: 10:14PM

Comments

0
We deserved to lose, there was just nothing cutting edge about our attack. Like you said, huff and puff. Silva has an off day meaning there was no creativity, and between them Tevez/Balotelli/Dzeko had about 2 shots. Don't think we will pull this back, it'll probably end up like Hamburg and we'll get 1 back then hit the post/bar 3 times and not get the job done.
StuMCFC
10/03/2011 22:20:00
0
It was only when Tevez came on for Balotelli that City started to eke out some decent chances, and Dzeko came to life. Kiev showed City that quick accurate passing and finishing is the key, but as usual City started like a tortoise on fire.
Buzz Lightyear
10/03/2011 22:44:00
0
we need to focus on beating Reading on Sunday to get to the FA Cup semis and if we do that then it just comes down to giving it our best shot against Kiev next week and if we go out then so be it, it would at least free up a couple of weeks in the run in.
arthur7171
10/03/2011 23:00:00
0
Slow, boring and predictable till Tevez came on...as per usual. What's with the short free-kicks with 2 minutes to go, FFS!!
RobsonGreensleeves
10/03/2011 23:10:00
0
Opportunity missed. We looked solid and strong for first half hour and if anything were undone by our own by now traditional tactics. Dynamo defended deep and hit us on the counter. I think we lost it in central midfield. Gave them too much space and time to think. NDJ will stop that off in Manchester. We ain't done yet.
Johnny Baguette
11/03/2011 05:34:00
0
Mario alergic to grass. wtf?
Buzz Lightyear
11/03/2011 07:07:00
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