Late goal from Phil Foden helped Man City beat Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter final, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter was amazing from the two teams but only the home side could make things happened as they scored once.
It took Man City just 19 minutes to take the lead after a beautiful teamwork efforts saw Kevin de Bruyne finishing off neatly to make it 1-0 for his side with assist from Mahrez.
Borussia Dortmund did everything possible to make a comeback but it proved difficult as the home side dominated play despite taking the lead.
Jude Bellingham almost made things level to 1-1 but while trying to score he fouled Ederson in the process which saw the Young English man a yellow card in the 37th minute.
The first half progressed without another goal as it ended with Man City 1-0 Borussia Dortmund, which they both headed for the break with an advantage to the home side.
Second Half Report
The second half of the encounter started with lots of pace coming from the two teams who looked lively in the early stages of the 45 minutes.
Borussia Dortmund was second best in the game as they couldn’t find a way back into the game with few opportunities being created.
Man City enjoyed dominating play while they kill away time to make sure their opponent couldn’t find a way back into the game at hand.
Marco Reus leveled things for BVB after scoring an outstanding goal in the 84th minute to make it 1-1, thanks to assistance coming from Erling Haaland.
Phil Foden scored a late goal to make it 2-1 in the 90th minute which restored the Premier League side lead heading into the last few minutes of the game.
The match finally ended with Man City 2-1 Borussia Dortmund as Pep Guardiola’s scrapped a slim first leg advantage in the UEFA Champions League.
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