Schalke Vs Manchester City Direkter Vergleich
Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen FC Schalke 04 und Manchester City sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC Schalke Man. City. Ederson Ederson (GK). Yellow_Card 90'+5. Kyle Walker 2. Walker. Raheem Sterling 7. Sterling. Goal 90'. İlkay Gündoğan 8. Gündoğan. Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 5; Siege Manchester City: 4; Siege FC Schalke 1; Torverhältnis: 4. Letzte Spiele. Manchester City. Der FC Schalke 04 liefert Manchester City einen packenden Fight und steht nach dem Hinspiel im Achtelfinale der UEFA Champions League. FC Schalke 04» Bilanz gegen Manchester City.
FC Schalke 04» Bilanz gegen Manchester City. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen FC Schalke 04 und Manchester City sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC Schalke Schalke 04 dürfte nach der Niederlage im Hinspiel mit wenig Hoffnung nach Manchester gereist sein. Doch wie die Mannschaft von Domenico.
It looked like business as usual when Sergio Aguero slotted City ahead after 18 minutes, albeit in comical circumstances after a lazy pass from goalkeeper Ralf Fahrmann was cut out by David Silva and squared to the striker.
But Nicolas Otamendi's booking for a handball in his own box - which was only given after referral to VAR - started off a frantic last hour in Gelsenkirchen, with Nabil Bentaleb firing home the resultant penalty before scoring again from the spot before half-time when Fernandinho bundled over Salif Sane.
Otamendi was given his marching orders with 20 minutes to play when he took down Guido Burgstaller but, with City offering little going forward, Leroy Sane's stunning yard free-kick against his boyhood club pulled them level with five minutes left.
There was still time for more drama, though, and Sterling shrugged off Bastian Oczipka's challenge before firing past Fahrmann in the final minute to put City in full control of their last tie ahead of the return leg at the Etihad on March Schalke's formation suggested they had set out to defend, and they set about soaking up Manchester City's early pressure before conceding the opener.
Daniel Caligiuri cut out a long ball forward and played it back to Fahrmann, but the goalkeeper's yard pass to Salif Sane was so half-hearted, David Silva had time to nip in behind the defender and give Aguero a simple finish into an empty net.
From there, City appeared to enter cruise control, with loose passes creeping in and their sharpness waning, but Schalke's equaliser came as a surprise.
Referee Carlos del Cerro Grande initially gave a corner when a Caligiuri shot cannoned behind off Otamendi, but after a review by the VAR official - and the referee's on-field monitor broken - the City defender was booked for handball and a spot-kick given, which Bentaleb confidently dispatched.
Bentaleb was given the chance to double his tally after Fernandinho inexplicably bundled Salif Sane over in the area on the stroke of half-time, and his second penalty of the night was fired equally confidently beyond Ederson.
City re-emerged with renewed vigour after half-time but with Schalke desperate to hold what they had, they found routes through difficult to carve out.
Their hopes of a comeback were further dashed when Otamendi needlessly clattered into substitute Burgstaller and was dismissed with 22 minutes to go.
Man of the Match: Leroy Sane. Schalke were positive in the opening exchanges without threatening City, who should have taken the lead inside 14 minutes.
Kyle Walker's defence-splitting pass released Sterling who put a goal on a plate for Aguero, but he clipped the outside of the post from three years.
Aguero made amends on 35 minutes with an audacious chipped penalty after Jeffrey Bruma was adjudged to have impeded Bernardo Silva in the area.
One quickly became two as Ilkay Gundogan's lofted pass released Sterling again, who picked out Aguero in the area and he wriggled clear of three Schalke defenders before firing through Ralf Fahrmann's legs.
And there were four Schalke changes from the first leg as Stambouli, Konoplyanka, Burgstaller and Embolo were recalled.
The floodgates opened three minutes before the break. Oleksandr Zinchenko's superb pass played Sane into acres of space and the German clinically added a third to leave Schalke needing four goals.
VAR correctly denied Sane a second on 56 minutes, but City had their fourth seconds later as the German this time evaded the offside trap and crossed for Sterling, who found the back of the net with a devastating first-time finish.
With Schalke out on their feet it was only a matter of time before City pulled further away, Bernardo Silva getting in on the act on 71 minutes, stroking home from Sane's cutback.
Foden came off the bench and took just 14 minutes to get on the scoresheet, taking Sane's through pass in his stride before rounding the goalkeeper.
And Jesus put the icing on the cake, beating Fahrmann at his near post to seal City's procession to the quarter-finals. He knows that he needs to protect Aguero if City are to maintain this improbable push on four fronts.
The No 10 has shouldered the burden so well in recent weeks. He has now played minutes of football since January That's a day period in which he has had to play 13 times and been pressed into midweek action six times.