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City march on despite defeat

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Manchester City came up short against Racing Santander in Spain but still finished top of their UEFA Cup group.

Manager Mark Hughes made wholesale changes with qualification already assured and vital Premier League game against West Brom to come on Sunday.

And it showed with Jonathan Pereira and Oscar Serrano scoring in the first half with Juan Valera also finding the target. Substitute Felipe Caicedo scored a late consolation goal for City.

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