Manchester City have revealed their starting line-up and substitutes to take on Serie A giants Napoli in a Champions League clash in Italy this evening.
City boss Pep Guardiola made four changes to the team that started against West Bromwich Albion in the league at the weekend.
Sergio Aguero scored against Napoli to become Man City's all-time leading scorer.
"Their matches have all been over by the 70th minute".
Eight minutes later Mertens turned provider when he played a precise pass to Lorenzo Insigne who turned the ball home in clinical fashion from 12-yards out, 1-0.
A goal away to Bradford City in September 1938 moved Brook - capped 18 times by England - past Tommy Johnson's previous best mark of 166, but Aguero has surged to the top of the standings in double quick time.
The hosts nearly spectacularly levelled in the 55th minute - Marek Hamsik denied his own moment of history when a thundering drive that would have levelled Diego Maradona's all-time Napoli scoring record cannoned back off the bar.
Napoli equalised from the penalty spot, only for Aguero to fire City back in front, while Raheem Sterling polished things off with a late fourth.
Referee Felix Brych pointed to the spot when City failed to clear a corner after the hour and Albiol went down under a challenge from Sane, despite contact appearing minimal.
City regained the lead in the 69th minute though when a sensational counter-attack, which was led by Sane, eventually saw Aguero finish into the bottom corner as the Argentine became the club's all-time leading goalscorer.