Manchester City concluded their Champions League group stage campaign with a 1-1 draw at home to bottom side Celtic on Tuesday.
Pep Guardiola made several changes to his side given that qualification was already assured, but fell behind early on when Patrick Roberts, on loan from City, brilliantly put Brendan Rodgers’ side ahead.
However, their lead lasted just four minutes as Kelechi Iheanacho, who is set for an extended run in the team given Sergio Aguero’s Premier League suspension, equalised with a fine finish.
The draw means that City finish with nine points from their six matches, but they only lost once in those games – a 4-0 loss at Barcelona back in October.
The 3-1 win over the Catalans at the Etihad was the high point of their group stage campaign, but the amount of goals they conceded will be of concern to Guardiola, with ten the joint-most of any side who has qualified for the last 16.
The runners-up spot is always a precarious position to be in going into Monday’s draw, but City have already proved that they can take on and beat the best, so won’t fear anyone in the knockout stages.
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