Manchester City marched to a resounding win at the Etihad Stadium tonight after they put a hiding on Belgian upstarts Club Brugge to the tune of a 4-1 scoreline in the Champions League Group A clash, with Phil Foden once again being a central figure in a credible result.
The England starlet opened the scoring for Pep Guardiola’s men on the 15-minute mark before being cancelled out by a John Stones own goal two minutes later.
Touré spent eight seasons at Man City and ended up finding the back of the net on seventy-nine occasions in 316-appearances across all competitions while netting six major honors in the process.
The Ivorian icon even smashed a staggering 24-goals in a combined 49-appearances during the 2013-14 season but only once did he score more than a single goal in any given Champions League campaign.
Though it was only his first goal of the Champions League group stage, Phil Foden continues to perform under Pep Guardiola and can certainly be considered one of the key attacking assets under the Man City boss.
Currently being utilized through the middle of a front three and keeping the likes of Raheem Sterling out of the starting XI, Foden has started the season well thus far, with tonight’s goal being his fifth overall across all competitions this season, while his goal contributions current rest at nine in twelve appearances for the Citizens.