Celtic 3-3 Man City: Guardiola's winning run ended in thrilling fashion
Anyone expecting Manchester City to stroll to an 11th consecutive win of the season at Celtic Park was in for a shock.
City, Premier League aristocracy, boast huge financial wealth in comparison to their Scottish opponents and have assembled a world-class squad at significant cost.
While English football rides high, the Scottish game is at a low ebb, with its lack of quality a cause for concern among SPL officials.
But the atmosphere inside this magnificent 60,000-seater stadium is a leveller, as City soon found out.
Celtic started brilliantly, faster to the ball and harder in the tackle.... read more
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