Manchester City did it, and in grand style. Pep Guardiola’s blues put on a perfect show against Real Madrid and last night (Wednesday) they defeated 0:4 unequivocally and scored 1:5 on aggregate in the two games at the expense of the reigning champion, returning to the Champions League final after two years of absence.
“In fact, it might be the biggest win in City’s history with Pep Guardiola,” stated the BBC, “it’s such a tough competition, against such a tough opponent, and at the highest level. City dominated this game from the start, it’s totally there. One thing’s for sure – City fans are going to remember this game for the rest of their lives.”
The “Daily Mail” was particularly enthusiastic. Journalist Oliver Holt went even further and claimed: “Manchester City, the club that has been in the shadow of Manchester United for so many years, is removing the crown from the aristocracy of European football, one after the other, and creating a new world order. In the quarter-finals, it was Bayern That was pushed aside. Last night, it was Real Madrid that was destroyed.”
“City’s attack did not stop for a single moment,” he howled Adam Bate On Sky, “Real Madrid’s defense just couldn’t stand it. City were too big for Real, who fell at a crazy rate. Honestly, this result is a compliment to Real Madrid, it’s a perfect performance from the Premier League leaders. It was a game where City decided to celebrate, and all her fans were happy to join the party. Manchester City was simply brilliant.”
At the same time, too Shea hunchback The BBC was amazed by the display: “This game was a one-way highway, to the final. It was a perfect game by City. The Real players shook their heads while City just played them.” his BBC partner, Chris Sutton, He described for his part: “Manchester City simply blew Real Madrid away in the first half even though Thibaut Courtois was great. It goes to the Citizens, they showed exceptional football.”
On the site “City Extra”, a fan site of the team, they also reached the ranking stage. Naturally, the one who won the great honor is Bernardo Silva – who received the grade 10, and about him it was said: “Simply an outstanding footballer. Two goals, everywhere on the field. The hero of City.” Defender Kyle Walker received the score 9.5 and it was written: “Undisputedly won his duel against Vinicius Jr. An amazing performance for any right defender, facing a winger. He did it against a world-class opponent.”
“Defeat Vinicius”. Walker (Getty)
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