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Now Claudio Bravo has to be alert. The City keeper puts his cloves behind a fierce drive from Mislav Oršić.
Two shots on target, one goal, one save.
Another goal wouldn’t go amiss for the home side – although that would be irrelevant if Shakhtar win.
Dani Olmo – the home goalscorer – has got a taste for it, lashing another speculative shot at the City goal. This time it is only troubling the ball kids, not Claudio Bravo.
Still goalless in Ukraine. Which means Dinamo will still go through as things stand.
Benjamin Mendy, somewhat unlikely, has been the main protagonist for City in the final third. A fizzing shot from the edge of the area is blocked by a blue shirt.
Bang on 70% possession for City. Away. And they’re losing.
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Ooooh. Let off for City. Ilkay Gungogan dallies in possession just inside his own half and Dinamo break through Nikola Moro, who chooses the wrong forward pass and sends the ball back to Claudio Bravo.
Finally City allow Dinamo to have a kick. Bruno Petković shows some Strictly-esque fancy footwork on the left, twirling away from City skipper Nicolas Otamendi but then trying one trick too many and being dispossessed.
Herbert: Best match: City 5-3 Monaco – when Mbappe properly announced himself to the world… Best goal: CR7 overhead vs Juve… Best individual performance: Messi vs Madrid UCL semi… Funniest moment: Ramos getting a yellow so he’d be free to play quarters last season.
Richard: Best individual performance was any time Lionel Messi was facing Arsenal. Best goal was Cristiano Ronaldo overhead kick against his future club Juventus for Real Madrid. Best match was Barcelona coming from behind to beat PSG in Last 16 second leg encounter.
Here’s a half a chance… Ilkay Gundogan pops up in space, a deflected shot landing in the hands of home keeper Dominik Livaković.
All City. Dinamo have barely had a kick in the past few minutes. But the play is all centred just inside the home half. City struggling to create chances.
(Kevin de Bruyne is on the bench…)
Pep looks like one of the baddies from Home Alone with his black coat and black woolly hat combo.
Ironically it is Dinamo who have done the thieving. They’ve stolen a goal.
Maybe Pep will set his very own Kevin McCallister on them later if the scoreline stays like this…
Just one attacking touch inside either penalty area at the minute, albeit a pretty deadly one for the hosts.
Better from City. Better from Benjamin Mendy.
The Blues left-back swings in a dangerous cross from the flank, only for a home head to divert the danger with Gabriel Jesus lurking at the back post.
You know those fearsome Balkan/Eastern European atmospheres you’ve watched clips of on YouTube? That’s what the Stadion Maksimir sounds like now. Rocking.
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…added to that, Dinamo’s goal is their only touch in the City area. And what a touch it was!
What kind of response has this unfamiliar City side got? Positive in possession, but no penetrative pass yet. The Blues have not had a touch in the home penalty box yet…
That puts Dinamo Zagreb into second place AS IT STANDS.
This is why Dani Olmo has been talked up. The Dinamo midfielder carefully watches a clip over Eric Garcia, unleashing a crackerjack of a right-footed volley which Claudio Bravo can barely see, never mind stop.
Dinamo find a little rhythm for the first time. Gently probing and pushing but no chances yet…