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Man City vs Copenhagen LIVE: Stream, TV channel – Haaland hits DOUBLE as he closes in on Champions League hat-trick

ERLING HAALAND and Julian Alvarez are both starting for Manchester City against Copenhagen RIGHT NOW.

City sit top of group G after a 4-0 win over Sevilla in the opening match before beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 last month, with the winner from former Dortmund star Haaland.

Copenhagen sit behind both Borussia Dortmund and Man City in third place, with their only point of the group stage so far coming at home to Sevilla.

  • Kick-off: 8pm
  • TV/live stream: BT Sport 3
  • Man City XI: Ederson, Cancelo, Dias, Laporte, Gomez, Mahrez, Gundogan, Bernardo Silva, Grealish - Haaland, Alvarez
  • Copenhagen XI: Grabara, Diks, Vavro, Khocholava, Kristiansen - Stamenic, Lerager, Johannesson, Claesson, Daramy, Karamoko


Follow ALL of the latest updates below..

  • Goal! Manchester City 2-0 FC Copenhagen (Haaland)

    33, Is it going to get boring for him at some point?

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    30, Grabara is earning his money tonight!

    This time it's Grealish's turn to see an effort well-saved by the goalkeeper.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    30, Bernardo Silva is causing Copenhagen all sorts of problems on the left.

    The Portuguese is combining with Grealish to get in behind the defence time and time again.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    26, It would seem as though Guardiola isn't too happy with his side despite their near-total dominance.

    The City boss is throwing his arms up in the air demanding more from his team.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    23, Haaland draws another save from Grabara.

    The Norweigian picks up on a loose ball at the edge of the penalty area before turning and shooting towards goal.

    Grabara seems shocked by the pace that Haaland manages to generate on his shot, but the goalkeeper does just about enough to keep it out.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    22, City are effectively playing a 2-3-5 formation here.

    It's a bizarre sight, but one that underlines their confidence as a team.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    19, Grabara called into action again.

    He flings himself to his right to keep out Gundogan's low shot from range.

    The Copenhagen also saves an effort from Mahrez just seconds later.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    17, Haaland almost scores again.

    Mahrez cuts inside on the right and floats a cross into the six-yard box for Haaland.

    The Norweigian's header is comfortably saved in the end by Grabara.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    16, Copenhagen haven't strung more than a couple of passes together yet.

    It looks as if it's going to be a long night for Jacob Neestrup's team.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    12, Off the post!

    City are finding so much space in behind the Copenhagen full backs.

    Grealish plays in Bernardo Silva on the left wing and he smashes an effort off the base of the near post.

  • Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen

    10, Haaland's goal is his 27th in the Champions League and he is now level with Rivaldo and Luis Suarez in the all-time goal scoring charts.

    He's 22-years-old!

  • Goal! Manchester City 1-0 FC Copenhagen (Haaland)

    7, It only took him seven minutes!

    Cancelo finds space on the right hand side and rolls a ball across goal that Haaland sweeps beyond the goalkeeper with his right foot.

    How many will he and City have by the end of this?

  • Manchester City 0-0 FC Copenhagen

    5, First shot of the game for City.

    The ball falls kindly to Cancelo on the edge of the penalty area but he shoots comfortably wide of Grabara's far post.

  • Manchester City 0-0 FC Copenhagen

    4, Karamoko tries to lead a counterattack but is quickly surrounded by several City players who steal the ball away from him.

  • Manchester City 0-0 FC Copenhagen

    3, City dominating possession in the opening stages here as they look for a sign of weakness in the Danish side's defence.

  • Kick-off! Manchester City 0-0 FC Copenhagen

    1, Karamoko gets us underway under the lights at the Etihad.

    City are renowned for their fast starts, can Copenhagen frustrate them?

  • The stage is set

    Both teams line up on the pitch as the Champions League anthem blares from the speakers.

    Ready? 1...2..3...THE CHAMPIONSSSSSSS

    Kick-off is next!

  • Cold night in Manchester

    It's a cold one at the Etihad tonight and the players are doing their best to keep themselves warm.

    Here's Mamoudou Karamoko doing his best to shelter from the cold.

  • Guardiola's surprise

    Pep Guardiola has admitted to being surprised at Copenhagen's choice of striker in his pre-match interview.

    He had expected Cornelius to start up top, but instead Jacob Neestrup has opted to play the more mobile Karamako.

    Copenhagen clearly looking to hit City on the break tonight.

  • Kamil Grabara

    Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has returned to the team after suffering a facial injury.

    The former Brighton and Arsenal goalkeeper Mat Ryan misses out as a result.

    Grabara is wearing a stylish protective mask tonight.


  • Julian Alvarez

    This is Alvarez' second start this season , his previous one coming in a 6-0 victory over Nottingham Forest where he scored twice.

    This is the 22-year-old's first ever start in the Champions League.

  • Warm-ups

    Both teams are out on the pitch and being put through their paces by their respective coaches.

    Kick-off is just under half an hour away!

  • Grealish's game time

    Jack Grealish has come in for plenty of criticism ever since his £100 million transfer but he may be reaching a turning point in his City career.

    Grealish is starting his fourth consecutive game for Pep Guardiola's side this evening, and he will be looking to replicate his impressive performance in the Manchester derby on Sunday.

  • The atmosphere is building

    The Copenhagen fans are certainly up for this one and are making plenty of noise as the players emerge for their warm ups.

    The City fans on the other hand look understandably relaxed ahead of the game.

  • Haaland's crazy goal scoring record

    Erling Haaland was seemingly born to score goals in the Champions League.

    He averages a goal every 62 minutes in Europe's leading club competition.

    Only 30 players in Champions League history have scored more than him in the competition and you wouldn't bet against him adding to his tally this evening.