Manchester City host Dynamo Kiev at the Etihad in the second leg of their last 16 clash. City will be the strong favourites in this tie after their scoring three away goals in the first leg. Kiev will need to at least do the same if they are to progress. Since first qualifying for the competition back in 2011 City have consistently failed to make a big impression on the European stage. Almost as if they felt they didn't belong there. This season they have been different,. They topped their group with relative ease. It feels like they're no longer frightened by the European spotlight. If they hold onto their commanding lead tonight they'll make the Quarte-Finals of the competition for the first time in their history. Even if they don't progress any further than that, it will be another barrier broken before new coach Pep Guardiola starts his revolution.