There were flashes – a few glimpses – of what Manchester City supporters might expect of Leroy Sane during the Champions League draw with Celtic.
There were times when Germany’s most expensive player of all time wickedly beat his man and delivered the sort of devilish cross you might expect of a £37million winger.
There were also occasions when Sane struggled to exert any sort of influence on supposed inferior opposition, looking puzzled as to why he did not consistently have Mikael Lustig’s number.
Leroy Sane pictured during Manchester City’s 2-2 draw with Celtic in the Champions League
Sane signed for Manchester City in the summer for £37million from Schalke
It is fair to say Pep Guardiola was also perplexed, seen shaking his head, leaning backwards in disappointment at mistakes. Then the quick rubbing of his brow, a certain sign of the…