With top spot in Group F already assured, a much-changed City side were no match for a Shakhtar side whose qualification for the last 16 wasn't finalised, with first-half goals from Brazilians Bernard and Ismaily putting the Ukrainian side in command, said.

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The Champions League Group F game between FC Shakhtar Donetsk and Manchester City took place on Kharkiv's OSK Metalist Stadion stadium.