Manchester City ran over real Madrid beat him 4-0 (5-1 on aggregate) and also seal his pass to the Grand Final UEFA Champions League, Real Madrid had a brief response, but could not resist the ‘dance’ that the English team gave them several times.
Manchester City was a real storm in the first half and a real dance throughout the game. From the first minute, the team pep guardiola He drove Real Madrid into his midfield, suffocated him and didn’t let go until he managed to land the blows that got him through to the Grand Final.
The first warning came with a cross shot from Rodri that only scored. courtois But the Belgian’s first big save came around 10 minutes when Havaland, won well through the air, hit his header but the ball crashed into the Merengue goalkeeper’s humanity to save his goal.
Huge Courtois makes a save and denies Haaland a goal again
However, it was only a taste of what was to come. Holland He had a second chance when he reeled in Alaba’s header, but Kutois reappeared to slap in with a superb throw and deflect the ball with his fingernails.
Then Manchester City did not forgive.
On 23 minutes, Kevin De Bruyne put in a filtered and brilliant pass. Bernardo Silva So he went shoulder-to-shoulder with Courtois and scored well to seal the 1-0. The dance started to be painted with sky color.
This was when Mateengue’s team looked to respond with a one-two strike to Vinicius Junior and Benzema, but the only shot on goal was courtesy of Toni Kroos. The German broke Ederson’s crossbar with a fine right hand, which only remained on notice as the local’s second hit was missing.
With a touch of luck, Grealish got into the area he wanted to put in a cross, but the rebound was headed in for Bernardo Silva, who only pushed the ball over and sealed a 2–0 lead that took place at the Etihad Stadium. Blown up and practically routed. close to Istanbul,
They deny it again! cortva beat holland one by one
For the second half, Real Madrid came out with more intent and ideas, but it was only Alaba’s shot in the first minute that put the Manchester City club in some danger when it forced Ederson to make a save.
Around the 63rd minute came the incredible Carlo Ancelotti’s first change when he replaced Luka Modric with Rudiger and Camavinga ahead of midfield, and minutes later he brought Asensio on for Toni Kroos.
If necessary, close to Manchester City military Following a free kick from the right, the Madrid centre-back deflected it only to send it past his own goal, although in the end UEFA awarded it to Akanji for the deflection past the goal.
It will be the second time Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City can get the long-awaited Champions League title, although Inter Milan will have the last word in Istanbul.
Madrid wants to wake up! Alaba takes advantage of the free kick and tests Ederson