Barcelona v Manchester City: 10 reasons why Manchester City can still progress in the Champions League
Reasons for City to be hopeful ahead of tonight's game
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Arsenal might not have managed it, but Manchester City still have an opportunity to pull off a remarkable comeback.
Manuel Pellegrini's side trail 2-0 from the first leg against Barcelona and go to the Nou Camp with few giving them a chance of reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Yet we've found various reasons why optimism should remain and tonight's game at the Nou Camp could be very special indeed.
From the suspension of Martin Demichelis to Barcelona's own problems, check out our 10 reasons why City can still progress below...
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