Manchester City ran out 3-0 winners in the final International Champions Cup match of our tour of the USA in Nashville, Tennessee.
It would be hard to argue that City didn't deserve to win in front of 56,232 fans at the Nissan Stadium - a record for a soccer match in Tennessee - although it might have been different if Dele Alli and Harry Kane had converted chances at the start and end of the first half on Saturday night. Christian Eriksen also forced a fine save from Ederson.
City went 1-0 up in-between those chances through John Stones (10 minutes), Gabriel Jesus missed a golden chance for 2-0 and Sergio Aguero struck the woodwork twice before goals from Raheem Sterling (73) and Brahim Diaz (90+1) wrapped it up. Vincent Janssen was also denied by Ederson and then Arijanet Muric.
On the positive side, Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier, Ben Davies, Eriksen and Kane all completed 90 minutes.