Erling Haaland shines as he scores twice, leading Manchester City to the Champions League's last 16 in a commanding 3-0 win against Young Boys.
Pep Guardiola's squad maintains a perfect record, topping Group G with 12 points from four games, demonstrating their Champions League prowess.
Young Boys' chances diminish as they finish the match with 10 men due to a red card shown to Sandro Lauper in the 53rd minute. They sit at the bottom of the group with only one point.
Guardiola emphasizes the importance of finishing first to secure a second-leg advantage in the last-16, even though City's qualification is a step closer to reality.
Erling Haaland boasts an impressive 39 Champions League goals in just 34 appearances, putting him on course to break Ruud van Nistelrooy's record for the fewest appearances to reach 40 goals (45 games).
City faces a setback with John Stones leaving the field at halftime due to a muscle issue, raising concerns for the team's defensive stability.
Haaland opens the scoring with a penalty in the 23rd minute after Lauper's tackle on Matheus Nunes in the box. The Norwegian striker celebrates by sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.
Phil Foden doubles City's lead just before halftime, courtesy of a precise pass from Jack Grealish. Foden showcases his skills with a low shot that beats the opposition's goalkeeper.
Haaland secures his second goal, a stunning left-footed rocket from 20 yards out in the 51st minute, leaving the Young Boys stunned. City's relentless attack kept the scoreline impressive.