Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan during training. Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Manchester City and Napoli are the most prolific teams in Europe's five major leagues, making Tuesday's Champions League encounter at the Etihad Stadium a genuinely mouthwatering prospect.Pep Guardiola's City average 3.625 goals per league game and their 7-2 rout of Stoke City Saturday made them the first team to amass 29 goals in the first eight games of an English top-flight season since Everton in 1894 .Prior to their 1-0 win at Roma Saturday, Napoli had scored at least three goals in each of their first seven league games, their tally of 25 goals in those matches establishing a new Serie A scoring record.Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling have each scored seven goals in all competitions and Leroy Sane six, giving City a multifaceted menace reminiscent of Guardiola's great Barcelona and Bayern Munich teams.
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