Manchester City sealed their second Champions League final by knocking out Real Madrid
City of Manchester ran over Real MadridDefeated him 4–0 (5–1 overall) and leveled his pass to the Grand Final with it. UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid had a brief reaction but could not resist the ‘dance’ that the England team gave them at times.
A real storm throughout the first half for Manchester City and a real dance throughout the game. From the first minute, the team Pep Guardiola He kept Real Madrid in his midfield, suffocated him and didn’t let him leave until he landed the blows that led to the grand final.
The first warning came on Rodri’s cross shot that only went off target CourtoisBut the Belgian’s first great save was well won by Holland in the air around 10 minutes in, as he got his header in but the ball crashed into the Merengue goalkeeper’s humanity to save his goal.
Magnificent! Courtois makes a save to deny Holland another goal
However, it was a taste of what was to come. Holland He had a second chance when he again beat Alaba’s header, but Gutoise reappeared with a brilliant throw to put it on the slab and deflect the ball with his claws.
Manchester City were unforgiving afterwards.
In the 23rd minute, Kevin De Bruyne put in a refined and brilliant pass Bernardo Silva So he went hand-in-hand with Courtois to make it 1-0. The dance began to paint the sky blue.
Metengue’s side looked to retaliate with two strikes to Vinicius Junior and Benzema, but only courtesy of Toni Kroos hit the target. The German smashed Ederson’s crossbar with a fine right-hander that just missed the locals’ second win.
With a touch of luck, Grealish stepped into the area and wanted to put in a cross, but the rebound fell to Bernardo Silva, who just pushed the ball home for a 2-0 lead that had the Etihad Stadium erupting and practically deflected. Boss Istanbul.
They refuse again! Courtois beats Holland one-on-one
In the second half, Real Madrid took the lead with more intentions and ideas, but only a shot from Alaba in the first minutes put Manchester City in danger, forcing the club to save from Ederson.
Around 63 minutes came the first change from the incredible Carlo Ancelotti, who took out Luka Modric and replaced Rudiger with Camavinga in midfield, minutes later he gave Asensio the entrance to Toni Kroos.
Manchester City had the luck of an own goal if needed Military After receiving a free kick from the right, the Madrid centre-back deflected only to send it into the back of his own goal, although UEFA ultimately decided to award it to Akanji.
It will be Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City’s second chance to secure the long-awaited Champions League, although Inter Milan will have the last word in Istanbul.
Madrid wants to wake up! Alaba tests Ederson with a free kick