The Round of sixteen matches of the UEFA Champions League came alive on Tuesday night across two European cities. But in focus here is the clash between manchester city against AS Monaco. Both teams scored a record of eight goals, and it is arguably one of Manchester City's most memorable and historic European matches.

Sergio 'Kun' Aguero scored twice, followed by John Stones and Leroy Sane both scoring, while Ramadel Falcao was denied a chance to score his hat-trick.

First half

The start of the game saw Monaco displaying a willingness to go offensive in search for a goal as AS Monaco's Lemar got the first attempt but sent the ball of off the post.

Man City was dominant early but was unable to create any goal scoring chances and as soon as they lost control of the ball, Monaco was persistently attack minded.

In the 16' Kamil Glik got the chance to score the opener but headed off target. Later, Raheem Sterling scored the first goal of the game for Manchester City in the 26'. Although Man City had a one goal advantage, it didn't last long as Ramadel Falcao later scored the equalizer for AS Monaco with a fantastic header.

At the other end, Man City's Sergio 'Kun' Aguero was brought down by Monaco's goalie Daniel Subasic in the penalty box but the referee denied Man City the advantage to capitalize on the penalty kick. Five minutes later, Monaco got the lead through Kylan Mbappe, who ran off City's defender Otamendi before firing the ball at the back of the net as Monaco maintained the lead till the end of the first half.

Second half: Last 45 minutes.

Three minutes into the start of the second half, the away team were awarded a penalty when Nicolas Otamendi fouled Falcao but City's goalie Caballero denied Ramadel Falcao the chance to add to the score line.

In the 58' ,The Citizens later gained control when Sergio Aguero found the back of the post as he leveled the score.

In the 61' Falcao finally scored his second goal and third goal for AS Monaco as he chipped the ball from 15 yards passing above City's goalie Caballero. But Man City never gave up the struggle as they made one of the most brilliant comebacks from any European club in recent years with just twenty minutes left until the end of the game,.Sergio Aguero found the back of the post with his powerful drive from 12 yards giving the Citizens a 3 - 3 comeback in the 71' .

Monaco made several efforts to push attack in a quest for the fourth goal, but unfortunately it was the home side which controlled the field as John Stones scored the fourth goal for Man City in the 77' through a Kelvin De Bruyne's corner kick. City still pushed the attack persistently as in the 82' Sergio 'Kun' Aguero was denied a goal bound opportunity by David Subasic but slid the ball to Leroy Sane who was in the best position to seal the fifth goal for the home side. With just six minutes remaining, Ramadel Falcao was close to scoring the away team fourth goal and a hat-trick for himself only to be denied by Caballero's superlative save.

During the last minutes of the encounter pressures from both sides wasn't much as City took their five goals and played in a more relaxed and comfortable manner until the final whistle of the game.

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