Man City and the Champions League
The last couple of years have seen Man City completely dominate the English game.

The 2017/18 campaign saw the Sky Blues secure a staggering 100 league points, the highest total in Premier League history. City would also add another League Cup to their collection that season.

In the following campaign, the Citizens once again completely dominated the English top-flight, whilst also becoming the first male English side to clinch the domestic treble.

Even in 2019/20, where City have fallen off in the Premier League, they have still managed to add another League Cup trophy to their ever-growing silverware collection, whilst remaining in contention to lift this year’s FA Cup.

However, for all their dominance on home soil, the Manchester giants have, for the most part, disappointed on the European stage.

In Pep Guardiola’s first three seasons at the Etihad, City were knocked out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage once and quarter-final stage twice.