Manchester City have reached the knockout stage of the champions league after Sergio Aguero’s significant third goal for City made him emerge as Manchester City’s all-time top-scorer.
The Argentine scored his 178th goal for City in a thriller 4-2 victory that saw him overtake Eric Brook’s long-standing club record.
Pep Guardiola’s men came from behind and secured victory between the free-scoring, unbeaten top sides in the Premier League and Serie A.
The Italian side were on top for the first 30 minutes and deservedly took the driver seat when Lorenzo Insigne played an excellent one-two with Dries Mertens and poked the ball past Ederson.
City started to see more of the ball after Napoli’s blistering start and were level when Nicolas Otamendi headed in a cross from Ilkay Gundogan – a surprising selection in the starting 11.
Otamendi opened scoring for City, before Stones, Aguero and Sterling all scored to ensure that a home and away victory was all that City deserved.