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Neil Johnston

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  1. Goodbye

    So Manchester City start the new season with a trophy.

    Pep's team are up and running.

    Will the rest of the Premier League be playing catch-up again?

    Until next time...

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    Video caption: Guardiola watches as City lift trophy
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    Chelsea start their Premier League campaign at Huddersfield next Saturday but, incredibly, they still have another friendly to fit in.

    The Blues take on French side Lyon at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. At least it gives Maurizio Sarri a chance to head into the season with a morale-boosting win.

    As for City, it's all about preparing for next Sunday's league opener at Arsenal (16:00 BST).

  3. 'Foden ready for the Premier League'

    Chelsea 0-2 Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "It was so hard but the players played really well. Our mentality was right and we got the win.

    "We prepare game by game. Our results will determine who we are. We will see at the end of the season what our level is."

    On 18-year-old Phil Foden's performance: "Phil Foden is ready for the Premier League, he was last season and now he has one more year experience. It's so good for us."

    Pep Guardiola
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    Rob Bown: I bet Jorginho is wondering why he's wearing the wrong shade of blue.

  5. Aguero up and running

    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

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    Video caption: Sergio Aguero scores his 200th Manchester City goal to put them 1-0 up against Chelsea

    Two Wembley goals to start the season in style...

    Sergio Aguero is up and running - enough to send a chill down the back of any defender.

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    Video caption: Sergio Aguero scores his second goal to put Manchester City 2-0 up against Chelsea
  6. 'We wanted to control from start to end'

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    Manchester City summer signing Riyad Mahrez: "The manager wants us to control the game from start to end and I think we did that well. We won the game which is the most important thing."

    On summer preparations: "Its been good, we've had some good games and we've prepared well for the game today and we were ready.

    "It was a competitive game, when there's a trophy you have to win it and now we are going to recover and be ready for the next game."

    On Phil Foden's performance: "For a guy of 18 years it's very good and he is improving every day. For him, I'm happy."

    Riyad Mahrez
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    Maurizio Sarri
  8. Watch: Bravo prevents Abraham consolation

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    Video caption: Bravo prevents Abraham consolation goal for Chelsea

    Claudio Bravo was almost embarrassed in the first half when he allowed the ball to bounce over him but the City keeper did make a crucial save towards the end to deny substitute Tammy Abraham.

  9. Foden can be 'really special'

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    Will Nicholls: Considering he’s only 18 years old, Phil Foden didn't look out of place on this field of big-name players. This lad has the potential to be something really special, for both club and country.

    Phil Foden
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

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    Video caption: B Silva denied by Caballero at the end

    Willy Caballero made some decent saves for Chelsea as City threatened to go on the rampage.

    Here's his stop to keep out Bernardo Silva.

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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    Chelsea have retreated to the dressing room while City's players line up with the shield for a group photo on the pitch.

    Champagne, blue and white ticker tape and fireworks.

    Pep's white T-shirt is drenched.

    Sergio Aguero celebrates by spraying sparkling wine after the match
  13. Chelsea verdict

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    Nicola: That wasn't great...on the plus side we still have half a team with some top quality players to come back. Another new era is starting and we need patience.

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    A penny for Maurizio Sarri's thoughts.

    Maurizio Sarri
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    Nice touch by Chelsea. Their players have hung around and are shaking hands with City's players as the winners head up the steps to collect the Community Shield.

    Pep has remained on the pitch. A chorus of Blue Moon breaks out from City's fans.

    Manchester City celebrate with the trophy after winning the FA Community Shield
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    There's hardly any Chelsea fans left in Wembley as Sarri leads his players up the steps to collect their runners-up medals.

    Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola is embracing members of his backroom team on the pitch. This win means a lot to him.

    Maurizio Sarri after they collected their runner up medals
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    Chelsea managed one shot in the second half and only two shots on target in the game.

    Lots of work for Maurizio Sarri to get stuck into.

    Chelsea's Danny Drinkwater talks to Ross Barkley on the pitch at the end of the match
  18. 'Chelsea were outplayed'

    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

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    City have been very good, very professional, very organised. It was won by the better team today, they used the ball better and the manager's tactics were spot on.

    Chelsea will get better, they've played against a very good City side who have picked up where they left off - they were outplayed and they have to get better.

    Towards the end of it they looked tired, leggy, they couldn't get close to the ball and there wasn't much togetherness.

    Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City holds off David Luiz of Chelsea
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    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    That's three trophies in six months for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.

    After the League Cup and the Premier League, City are taking the Community Shield back home with them.

    Pep Guardiola

    Chelsea 0-2 Man City

    Time for another City sub. Youngster Claudio Gomes comes on but doesn't get a touch.

    There goes the full time whistle.

    City win the Community Shield.