Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City humiliated Real Madrid 4-1 in their second match of the International champions Cup at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Wednesday night, local time.
The young Nigerian central defender Tosin Adarabioyo got more minutes under his belt following his introduction in the 80th minute against the European champions.
All the five goals scored in the game came in the second half, with City’s Otamendi, the player Adarabioyo replaced, breaking the deadlock in the 52nd minute.
Raheem Sterling latched on to De Bruyne’s pass to double The Citizens advantage in the 59th minute, John Stones made it 3-0 eight minutes later, before Brahim Diaz put more salt in the wound when he finished from close range in the 81st minute.
With almost the last kick of the game, Oscar pulled a goal back with a fine strike from outside the 18-yard box.