Officially… Manchester City will participate in the 2023 Club World Cup

Manchester City officially qualified for the 2023 Club World Cup, after winning the European Champions League title in the 2022-2023 season, on Saturday evening.

Manchester City won the Champions League title for the first time in its history, after beating Inter Milan with a goal without a response, signed by Spaniard Rodri.

Man City participates in the Club World Cup

Pep Guardiola succeeded in winning the Champions League title for the first time with Manchester City, and he will officially participate in the Club World Cup, which will be held in Saudi Arabia at the end of this year.

Saudi Arabia will host the Club World Cup at the end of this year, on its soil, and ittihad club Jeddah, the champion of the Saudi Professional League, will participate, with the presence of the Egyptian duo Ahmed Hegazy and Tariq Hamed.

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The events of the Manchester City and Inter Milan match

The Manchester City match against Inter Milan started with great enthusiasm from City to score the first goals of the match, but they found great strength on the part of the Nerazzurri.

The fifth minute witnessed a wonderful shot from Bernardo Silva, but it came near the post, and the high pressure from Manchester City on Inter continued in the first minutes of the match.

After the first 10 minutes, the control of Inter Milan began in the confrontation.

The 28th minute of the first half saw Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana block a very dangerous ball from Norwegian Erling Haaland.

Injury to Kevin De Bruyne

The 35th minute, Kevin De Bruyne left the stadium with an injury, and Phil Foden replaced him, in a big surprise and a turning point in the match.

The first half of the match ended in a goalless draw.

In the second half, Argentine Lautaro Martinez had a dangerous opportunity after a fatal defensive mistake from City defender Akanji, but he missed it after Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson saved the ball.

In the 67th minute, Rodri succeeded in punishing Lautaro and scored Manchester City’s first goal against Inter Milan.

Inter Milan was close to equalizing, through Romelu Lukaku and Dimarco, but goalkeeper Ederson was on time.

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