Pep Guardiola made wholesale changes from the side that beat Liverpool in midweek, with Kevin De Bruyne returning to the line-up as captain while goalkeeper Ederson, John Stones and Raheem Sterling were the only three players who were not reshuffled.
"Today Phil Foden was there and his movement was incredible". It is hard to get in, but we all try our best.
'We've got the best set of players and the best staff so I'm in the right position. It shows the strength of the squad we have here, how good the players are.
One of the biggest stories to emerge from the match was the return of the Kevin de Bruyne, whose phenomenal consistency inspired City to the 2017-18 Premier League title. "They all count and it's a dream come true scoring at the Etihad, so I'm buzzing".
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Championship side Rotherham found it tough going and an own goal by Semi Ajayi made it 3-0 before half-time.
Foden is sad to see his friend Brahim leave the club, but wishes him the best in Madrid, where the Spanish winger is expected to be given first-team opportunities in the second half of the season.
With the match practically concluded, Pep Guardiola opted to remove star man Sterling to throw in Leroy Sane, in a somewhat like-for- like adjustment a few minutes later. Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez, Nicolas Otamendi and Leroy Sane completed the rout.
"I said many times".
Foden's goal - his first at the Etihad Stadium - was not the cleanest of strikes as he miscontrolled an Ilkay Gundogan cross but his contact was firm enough to take it in. "Luckily it went in", he said.