Manchester City and Bacary Sagna head Back to the Future

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Today is Back to the Future day - and fans of the film franchise across the world are celebrating October 21, 2015 - the day that Back to the Future star Marty McFly, played by Michael J. Fox, arrives in the future.

Both #BackToTheFuture and #bttf are trending across social media sites and now Manchester City have jumped on the bandwagon, producing their own tribute to the iconic 80's trilogy, with full-back Bacary Sagna starring in their spoof movie trailer: 'Bac to the Future'.

The City right-back donned clothing similar to Marty's in the 1989 sequel, Back to the Future: Part 2, with the exception of his white Nike football boots - ahead of City's Champions League showdown against Sevilla this evening.


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City will be hoping that come May, their own future pans out as did in 2014, when they secured their second league title in three seasons.

Manuel Pellegrini's side doesn't need a DeLorean to fast track them to the league title as it stands, however; they're two points clear of Arsenal at the top of the Premier League table with nine games gone.

For now, Sagna must put down his copy of 'Grays Sports Almanac' and focus on securing a City win, that would move them ahead of Sevilla in to second in Group D.

See the 41 second parody trailer below.

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