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Guardiola's City win on penalties

After drawing the game thanks to a goal from Agüero, the reserve team's goalkeeper Angus Gunn was key as he stopped three penalties

Guardiola's City win on penalties
Guardiola's City win on penalties

After drawing the game thanks to a goal from Agüero, the reserve team's goalkeeper Angus Gunn was key as he stopped three penalties

Pep City

Pep Guardiola already knows what it feels like to win with his new team. He achieved it today in his second pre-season test. Manchester City beat Borussia Dortmund, although it happened only in the penalty shootout. A great performance of the reserve team's goalkeeper, Angus Gunn, gave the victory to the English club.

The bad shape of the pitch made for an unattractive game. After an intense first half with few chances, the game got more exciting in the second half. The entrances of Silva and Agüero were important for Manchester City that got closer to the opponent's goal. The two of them made the opener that put their team ahead in the game. After a good play, the player from the Canary Islands gave an assist to Agüero, who scored.

Being 1-0 down on the scoreboard, the German squad, in which Marc Bartra started, went attacking and were rewarded for it. Pulisic drew the game on a corner kick. The game was brought all the way to the penalty shootout in which the major influence of the English goalkeeper was key. Angus Gunn stopped three penalties to give the first win to Pep Guardiola and his new project.