Red Star Belgrade 2-3 Manchester City: Post-game points Champions League: The Blues close the group stage beautifully.

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  • Micah Hamilton scores on his senior debut
  • Oscar Bobb won Man of the Match.
  • Manchester City won 6 matches in a row to win Group G.
Red Star Belgrade 2-3 Manchester City: Post-game points Champions League: The Blues close the group stage beautifully.

won 6 out of 6 matches in the group stage. This allowed them to reach the knockout rounds as intended. And are on the path to continue defending the

championship after recently defeating Red Star Belgrade, a ทางเข้า ufabet team from Serbia, with a score of 3-2.

In fact, City were guaranteed Group G glory before they even kicked off in Belgrade, and Pep Guardiola made a few changes from last weekend’s win over Luton Town.

It was a game in which Guardiola gave players who rarely played a chance. Including the rising stars, especially Micah Hamilton, who emerged after scoring a goal.

And here’s what we saw from the game in which Manchester City defeated Red Star…

Birth of Micah Hamilton

The debut of 20-year-old winger Micah Hamilton was one of the talking points before the game. And it didn’t take him long to prove why he’s earned Guardiola’s trust.

It took Hamilton just 19 minutes to make his name known to fans. When slipping to starboard, he dribbled away from the home defenders and into the penalty area. Then he slammed his right hand under the crossbar beautifully.

At the end of the game, Hamilton showed his ability to escape the home defense line again. Before being the one to call the penalty for Calvin Phillips to score the third goal as well.

Although the opportunity to play from now on may be difficult due to the team’s offensive options that are full of top players. But it’s a good start for Hamilton and a warning to fellow stars that he’s ready to fill his position at any time.

Calvin Phillips’ final start?

For Calvin Phillips, it was a rare chance to get into the starting XI. But even he scored a cool penalty. But in reality, this England midfielder has hardly made an impact or shown form like he did at Leeds United.

Phillips never looked calm when he got the ball. In a game where he was eclipsed by the likes of Hamilton, Rico Lewis and Matheus Nunes, he was also responsible for Hwang In-beom’s late goal and earned him a yellow card. too

The 28-year-old star was given the opportunity to play until the end of the game. But when he was still far from his best and the rust still seemed to linger. It is unlikely that this will be his last starting appearance with the team. Before moving away from the team in January

Matheus Nunes needs to improve his finishing.

Matheus Nunes has played just five Premier League games for City since joining from Wolverhampton Wanderers for a fee of 53 million pounds last summer. And his performance may be a key indication why.

Just the first 2 minutes, Nunes showed his eagerness to show Guardiola his potential. By using speed to drag the ball, tear the opponent’s defense line from starboard until it falls apart. But the final moment was lost when the pass was not good.

The 25-year-old midfielder has yet to score a goal for the club. Also attempted an overhead kick. But it was pushed at the wrong time until it hurt itself. Yet his potential and danger are clear. But he needs to improve. If you want to continue being an important force for the team

Oscar Bobb was Man of the Match in this game.

The spotlight has shone on Hamilton, though, following his outstanding performance in his first game with the senior team. But another person who cannot be overlooked is Oscar Bobb, an attacker for the Norwegian national team.

In this game, Bobb was sent to play in front of goal when Erling Haaland was injured and Julian Alvarez was only named as a substitute. But he did his job without being awkward.

This is the second match in which the 20-year-old has been given the opportunity to start for City, the first being in the Carabao Cup loss to Newcastle United.

Bobb is very calm when he has the ball. Dribbling the ball past opponents with ease, it’s no wonder why Guardiola has started giving more opportunities this season.