Former Manchester City midfielder Jim Whitely speaking to BBC Radio Manchester on the standout players from the win over Young Boys: "Jack Grealish is very difficult to mark and sometimes he does slow the play down, but he always attracts two players. He may always end up going onto his right foot and playing it to the side, but he has done his job in freeing another player.
"I just thought he was very solid today and he went into the centre of midfield which I think would suit him eventually. He's so composed on the ball when there were three or four players around him, I think he could play in that position as well as time goes on.
"Phil Foden was like a young kid again, running around like crazy and just solid in impressing his manager.
"He seemed to have an extra pair of lungs tonight, his work rate was absolutely phenomenal, his drive and willingness to win was fantastic. It was great to see two young lads [Foden and Rico Lewis] playing out of their skins tonight.
"They [Manchester City] made it look easy, but this is what good teams do, they just keep going and keep producing. A very solid and professional performance from this City side."