Paddy Mulligan fancies Dynamo Kiev to "take care" of Man City tonight

Ex-Ireland full-back thinks Ukrainians will spring a shock

BY Raf Diallo 14:06 Wednesday 24 February 2016, 14:06 24 Feb 2016

Manchester City players attend a training session at Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday Feb. 23, 2016. Manchester City and Dynamo Kiev will play on Wednesday in a Champions League, Round of 16, first leg soccer match in Kiev. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

Ex-Ireland full-back Paddy Mulligan believes Dynamo Kiev are well placed to shock Manchester City in tonight's Champions League last-16 first leg.

City travel to Ukraine in indifferent form and Paddy fancies the Premier League side to slip up against Andriy Yarmolenko and co in Kiev.

"For me, it's going to be a very difficult task for City. I think they're going to do very, very well to get a draw out of that. It might not even be a score draw where the away goal would count very much in their favour. I can see Dynamo Kiev taking care of City," he said on the Rewind.

Listen to Paddy's full preview of the game on the Rewind podcast:


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