FT: Manchester City 2-1 Real Madrid, City Progressed With A 4-2 Aggregate (Match Highlight)
Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling both scored as Manchester City beat Real Madrid 2-1 to progress with a 4-2 aggregate in the Uefa Champions League, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter saw both Manchester City and Real Madrid scored one goal each.
It was and end to end attacking play of football from the two sides who had couple of chances.
It took the Citizens 9 minutes to open the goal scoring through Raheem Sterling with a nice assist from Gabriel Jesus.
Madrid pulled back level in the 28th minutes through Karim Benzema thanks to assist from Rodrygo.
Lot of chances went begging for both sides with none hitting target and changing the scoreline.
The first 45 minutes ended Manchester City 1-1 Real Madrid as both sides head for the break in a tie.
Second Half Report
The second half of the game was much more entertaining as the game took a new turn and burst to life.
Chances went begging with both sides going at each other with the away side doing more.
Manchester City made it 2-1 in the 68th minutes after a blunder from Varane saw Gabriel Jesus convert.
The game went further and further away as the aggregate turned in a 4-2 scoreline for Real Madrid.
As they game progress the tempo slowed down as the home side locked up their defense allowing nothing past them.
The match ended with a 2-1 victory for Manchester City as they progressed with a 4-2 aggregate.
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