It is a 4 zero trashing of Real Madrid by @ManCity who have reached their second UEFA Champions League final. Inflicting Real Madrid this defeat today makes it the second heaviest defeat for the Spanish club in the competition. Liverpool were first to beat Real 4-0 in March 2009.
Stunning and Pulsating
Stunning, pulsating, incredible it is being called by pundits and some say Man City is simply too strong. For Pep Guardiola’s side this incredible and pulsating second leg at the Etihad Stadium completes a 5-1 aggregate semi-final win. 4-0 A Big Win!
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4-0 – A BIG WIN
Bernardo Silva scored twice in the first half before a Manuel Akanji header and Julian Alvarez’s late strike confirmed a big win over the 14-times winners of the trophy. City has never won and is facing Inter Milan of Simone Inzaghi.
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New SHOWDOWN: Real Madrid TOUGH Match v/s City at Etihad
Another Champions League semifinal between Real and City. Real Madrid have to yet to win at Manchester City’s Ettihad stadium, which is a rare happening for the Spanish heroes. Real Madrid have a tough task on their hands as they head into tonight’s Champions League semi-final return leg at the Etihad.
The Soccer Teams Manchester City and Real Madrid played 11 Games up to today. Among them, Manchester City won four games, Real Madrid won four and both sides drew three times. But tonight a slight advantage for City as they drew in the first leg v/s Real 1-1. Technically, they need a nil-nil scoreline to qualify for the finals.
However, Real Madrid cannot be dismissed as a losing side automatically. They have the players, the fighting spirit and if they score a goal awa from home, it will be good for them in another 1-1 draw. Unless they can’t stop Man City from scoring more on their home turf.