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5-1-0, 2nd in English Premier League
Oxford United 0-3 Man City: Mahrez scoring continues (1:59)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

It's becoming increasingly hard for Pep Guardiola to hold Phil Foden back. An assist, a late goal and a brilliant performance in a comfortable 3-0 victory over Oxford.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Manchester City youngsters Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden have been the standout performers in the first half, They combined for Gabriel Jesus's goal. But while it's only 1-0, Oxford can dream of shocking the Premier League champions.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Lovely atmosphere in Oxford, full house for the Premier League Champions. An Ox mosaic behind the goal but there's an expectancy that Manchester City will win this comfortably.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

19-year-old goalkeeper Aro Muric makes his first team debut for Manchester City. Pep Guardiola gives start to youngsters Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz. Should still have way too much for League One strugglers Oxford United in the Carabao Cup tonight.

Transfer Rater: Real eyeing Fekir? Sane to Juventus? (3:01)
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1dJonathan Smith

How Man City's Muric, 19, became No. 1 cup keeper

An injury to Claudio Bravo brought Aro Muric back to Manchester City from a loan spell with NAC Breda. Now the 19-year-old is set for his debut.

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2dJonathan Smith

Gundogan: Liverpool away will be 'real test'

Ilkay Gundogan is looking forward to the Oct. 7 trip to Anfield, while Riyad Mahrez is still settling into life at the Etihad.

Premier League: 25 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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2dChris Borg

Transfer Talk: Wolves want record fee for Neves

Manchester City have their sights set on Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves -- but the cost won't be cheap. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.

Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 6 (1:43)
ICYMI: Ronaldo heroic, Liverpool perfect (1:52)
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2dJonathan Smith

City must emulate European giants - Guardiola

No team has successfully defended the Premier League title for 10 years but Pep Guardiola has targeted domestic superiority.

Liverpool stay top, City sizzle (1:51)
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3dSimon Curtis

Gundogan 9/10 as City steamroller Cardiff

Manchester City's patience paid off against Cardiff as they eventually ran out 5-0 winners with Ilkay Gundogan central to the impressive win.

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4dJonathan Smith

Guardiola happy to move on from UCL setback

Pep Guardiola was happy with the response of his players as Manchester City put their Champions League disappointment behind them against Cardiff.

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Manchester City bounced back from their Champions League disappointment in style. They had to be patient, but when the chances came, they were utterly ruthless and fully deserved their 5-0 victory.

Cardiff City 0-5 Manchester City: Mahrez at the double (2:32)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference161st
Goals Scored191st
Assists131st
Goals Conceded32nd