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Manchester City 3 - Inter Milan 0 - Stats

Manchester City
3 - 0
Inter Milan

The Dublin Super Cup

Aviva Stadium, Dublin

31/07/11

Attendance:

Referee:

Manchester CityInter Milan
Balotelli (45), Dzeko (46), Johnson (90)
Joe Hart     Julio Cesar    
Micah Richards     Andrea Ranocchia    
Joleon Lescott     Cristian Chivu    
Vincent Kompany     Luca Caldirola     (70)
Aleksandar Kolarov     (88) Matteo Blanchetti    
James Milner     (80) Ricardo Alvarez     (64)
Yaya Toure     (88) Wesley Sneijder     (76)
David Silva     Dejan Stankovic     (77)
Nigel de Jong     Lorenzo Crisetig     (26)
Edin Dzeko     Goran Pandev    
Mario Balotelli     (75) Samuel Eto'o    
Substitutes
Stuart Taylor     Luca Castellazzi    
Adam Johnson     (80) Davide Santon     (76)
Karim Rekik     (88) Walter Samuel    
Dedryck Boyata     Giampaolo Pazzini     (64)
Gareth Barry     Felici Natalino     (70)
Denis Suarez     (88) Sulley Muntari     (26)
Wright - Phillips     (75) McDonald Mariga     (77)
Game Statistics
16
Goal Attempts
19
11
On Target
7
6
Corners
11
7
Offside
2
14
Fouls
5
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
Comments...
City hardly broke into a sweat this afternoon following a 3-0 convincing win of Inter Milan. Performances from David Silva, Joe Hart and Yaya Toure were top-notch and goals from Balotelli, Dzeko and Johnson seemed effortless.

Roberto Mancini and the lads bring home the first trophy of the season, next Sunday let's hope they bring home their second.

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Sunday July 31 2011
Time: 7:18PM

Comments

0
Bit of a humdinger! City slickers and no mistake. Wembley next!
Johnny Baguette
31/07/2011 19:23:00
0
Really impressed by both some of the individual performances and the team performance as a whole. Dzeko is starting to look the part ( should have had a brace but for a very dubious offside call), Silva was, is and always will be pure class, Balotelli was a beast and I also thought Milner did well. The defending was particularly good, and though the stats will show they had more goal attempts than us, what it won't tell you is that all but 2-3 were from 30 yards out. Preseason seldom matters, but it does hint at what's to come - and I for one most definitely like what I see!
fifthcolumnblue
31/07/2011 19:32:00
0
What a team Mancini has built and continues to build. Granted it was only a friendly but we beat Inter with the sort of ease you'd expect us to beat a League One side. Powerful, technical, dominant. Happy for Dzeko, whose bad luck seemed to continue when his first goal was disallowed wrongly for offside (see what happens when you get a good cross in to him, this was lacking too much last season), but then he got his goal after a stunning pass by Silva. Hats off to Kolarov who looked like a man whose place is under threat, miles better than we're used to seeing. Hopefully we can repeat this performance against Stretford.
StuMCFC
31/07/2011 20:58:00
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