Real Madrid came from behind to beat Man City 3-1 and booked UCL final ticket with 6-5 aggregate, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
So much happened from both teams who started the game well looking for an early goal which didn’t happen.
Real Madrid came in like a house on fire as they pushed forward looking to make something happen.
More opportunities coming through but nothing changed as the defenders and goalkeeper had so much saving to do
It was more good for Man City who knew they had the advantage but made sure the calm things down going forward.
It was an evenly balanced encounter which hit the 30th minute and still nothing to write home about as it was looking cagey.
The first half ended with nothing as Real Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw against Man City after 45 minutes played.
Second Half Report
More opportunities coming in the early stages of the second half which Manchester City were still in the driving seat.
Real Madrid continued to create opportunities but couldn’t make anything happen despite how much more they had it coming for them.
Man City broke the deadlock in the match after an amazing cagey affair which saw Riyad Mahrez who scored in the 73rd minute.
That goal was a game changer for the English Premier League side who took a 0-1 lead away from home for the night.
Scoring that goal left a huge hole for the home side to fill as the aggregate increased to 3-5 with them chasing to score back.
Nothing happened as they continued pushing hard against themselves with the away side doing everything possible to defend.
It was a crazy game as the home side pulled one goal back in the 90th minute through Rodrygo to make it 1-1.
Immediately they responded again with Rodrygo getting his brace in the 90th minute which made it 2-1.
That goal leveled back the aggregate to 5-5 as they headed inside with extra time awaiting them.
Extra Time Report
Karim Benzema with a penalty goal in the 95th minute of extra gave Real Madrid a 3-1 lead.
By this time the aggregate was already 6-5 in favor of the side from Spain who were breathing fire.
It was looking one side as Man City crashed out of the UEFA Champions League 6-5 as Liverpool will go up against the Spanish side next.
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