Manchester City destroys Real Madrid and goes to the big final of the Champions League


Manchester City has won over Real Madrid with a score of 4-0 in the second semi-final match of the Champions League.

The first match between these two teams was tied 1-1 and the citizens advanced to the final with a total score of 5-1.

An incredible dominance of the English at the beginning of the match, where Erling Haaland had two opportunities with a header, but on both occasions it was Thibaut Courtois who made outstanding saves.

The first goal came in the 23rd minute, where after a very nice action Manchester City took a 1-0 lead. De Bruyne passed to Bernardo Silva who with a powerful shot inside the area.

The Kings were able to equalize in the 35th minute when Toni Kroos hit the post with a powerful shot from distance.

After two minutes, Bernardo Silva scored with a header after a rebound for 2-0, the result that ended the first half.


The second half started with Real Madrid looking for more and trying to open the match.

David Alaba with a powerful shot threatened Ederson’s goal, who could easily have sent the ball out.

The Kings continued with easy dominance, especially with the possession of the ball, but they had very little space to score.

In the 73rd minute, Erling Haaland came up alone with Coutois, who saved the shot as the ball hit the crossbar to go wide.

Man City scored the safety goal in this match, scoring through Manuel Akanji, whose shot was deflected just wide by Eder Militaoi for 3-0.

Before the game ended, Julian Alvarez came on stage and scored for 4-0, the final score of the game.

Until the end, there were no more goals and Manchester City went to the grand final, where they will face Inter.