December 4, 2022

Jack Grealish celebrates with Marcus Rashford, Phil Foden and Callum Wilson of England (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)
Manchester City have a league-high 16 players at the FIFA World Cup 2022. But how exactly are the Citizens doing in Qatar? Follow this post for daily updates on goals, injuries and other announcements from City players.
For a full list of Manchester City players playing in the World Cup, click here.
Manuel Akanji played the entire 90 minutes for Switzerland as he helped his country to a satisfying 1-0 win. He kept a clean sheet in this match but picked up a yellow card.
Belgium won 1-0 vs Canada in their opening game and Manchester City’s best player Kevin De Bruyne put in a stellar shift for his country, playing the full 90 minutes in attack.
Manchester City pairing Aymeric Laporte and Rodri were the pairing of choice for Spain in their stunning 7-0 win over Costa Rica. Laporte and Rodri played the full match and kept a well-deserved clean sheet.
Germany suffered a disappointing loss against Japan, despite Ilkay Gundogan’s cooly-slotted penalty in the first half. He was subbed off in the second half despite being Germany’s best player.
In a disappointing loss for Argentina, Man City striker Julian Alvarez blanked as he came off the bench against Saudi Arabia.
Nathan Ake played the full ninety minutes and kept a clean sheet for Netherlands as they beat Senegal.
Manchester City players got off to scoring ways as Jack Grealish came off the bench in the second half against Iran to score. John Stones played the full ninety minutes but did not have the best display as he conceded a penalty late on. Foden also came off the bench for a nice cameo.
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