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Manchester City surely liked their performance after a brilliant win against Monaco that took the lead twice.

Eight goals were scored between the two sides, in a game which saw Man-City come from behind twice.

They were important goals but the last one changed the game. Manchester City ahead, Monaco level, Monaco ahead, Manchester City level, Monaco ahead, Manchester City level, Manchester City ahead. And then even further ahead.

It was a thrilling performance on both sides

This was the first time eight goals had been scored in the first leg of a Champions League tie, and the first in a European Cup tie since Real Madrid beat Swarovski Tirol 9-1 on October 24, 1990.

Leroy Sane nets the eight goal of a brilliant Champions League tie as Manchester City edged past Monaco.

Both sides took the risk in a fascinastingend-to-end display which saw braces from Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao.

Raheem Sterling slides in ahead of Benjamin Mendy to put the hosts ahead from close range on 26 minutes

John Stones celebrates wildly after giving Manchester City the lead having been behind Monaco twice on Tuesday

Sergio Aguero celebrates after the ball wriggle through the hands of goalkeeper Danijel Subasic and rolled into the goal

Radamel Falcao scored a fantastic lob over the head of Willy Caballero to give his side a 3-2 lead at the Etihad Stadium

The Colombia international jumps high into the air to celebrate, after equalising for the French Ligue 1 side against Man-City

Falcao put behind the disappointing season on loan at United, to find the net in Manchester and level the scores at one each

Falcao's team-mates celebrates with him after racing past Stones before cutting in and expertly chipping the ball to score

Manchester City defender John Stones pinch in ahead of Sergio Aguero to tap home City's fourth goal and put the hosts ahead

Turf flies off the boot of Sergio Aguero as the striker scored the equaliser to make it 3-3 in an enthralling game

Raheem Sterling celebrates after putting Man-City ahead

Manchester City's Leroy Sane made sure of the winner as he slotted home the fifth to finally put the hosts ahead

Photo credit- Daily Mail UK and The Sun UK

My opinion- It was an incredible and thrilling match between two sides that took risks and threw caution to the wind with fabulous eight goals

Manchester City showed their attacking prowess and their defensive frailties - in a quite stunning 90 minutes