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Man City gets to second Champions League final

Manchester City produced a scintillating display of football in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final to secure a convincing 3-0 victory over Real Madrid. After a 1-1 draw in the first leg, City's attacking duo of Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne stole the show, with Silva netting two goals and Akanji adding another to seal their team's passage to the highly coveted Champions League final. From the first whistle, it was evident that Manchester City had come prepared to dominate the encounter. The Etihad Stadium was buzzing with anticipation, and the home fans' excitement only intensified as the match unfolded.

Bernardo Silva time

In the 23rd minute, the deadlock was broken as Bernardo Silva unleashed a powerful shot from inside the box, leaving Real Madrid's goalkeeper helpless. Real Madrid hardly attempted to regain composure after conceding. Manchester City's relentless pressure made it difficult for the visitors to gain a foothold in the match. The attacking prowess of City's midfield maestro, Kevin De Bruyne, was on full display as he orchestrated numerous goal-scoring opportunities for his team. Just before the halftime whistle, Silva struck once again, this time with a well-timed header. The scoreline read 2-0 in favor of Manchester City, and the mountain Real Madrid had to climb suddenly seemed insurmountable.

Second half

The second half saw Real Madrid desperately searching for a lifeline, but Manchester City's defense stood firm. Led by the impressive partnership of Ruben Dias and John Stones, City thwarted every attempt from the Spanish giants to launch a comeback. In the 76th minute, Manchester City dealt the final blow. A corner kick from De Bruyne found the head of Manuel Akanji, who expertly directed the ball into the back of the net. The crowd erupted in jubilation as the third goal effectively ended any hopes of a Real Madrid comeback. In the dying minutes Julian Alvarez scored the final goal of the match, minutes after entering the pitch.

Champions League final

The final whistle signaled a remarkable victory for Manchester City, as they booked their place in the Champions League final for the second time since their inception under the ownership of Sheikh Mansour. The performance showcased City's strength in depth, as Silva and De Bruyne were supported by an outstanding team effort across all areas of the pitch. Fans can book their Champions League final tickets now online!