Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad

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Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad 3
Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad 3

This is an acceptable result for Real.

At the beginning of the match, Real was somewhat overwhelmed by Man City’s machine-like attacking style.

On the contrary, Man City won but it was difficult to satisfy.

De Bruyne headed the opener for Man City.

In this match, Real placed Valverde in the middle of the field instead of on the right, while Toni Kroos played the anchor midfielder instead of the injured Casemiro, not Eduardo Camavinga.

Therefore, Man City does not have too many difficulties to double the gap.

The home team has more opportunities to resolve this semi-final match in just half an hour.

Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad

Benzema shortened the score to 1-2 for Real with a classy finish.

Guardiola’s concern is completely well-founded.

Real woke up after the shortened 1-2 score and almost equalized when Rodrygo forced Ederson to punch the ball for a corner.

Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad

Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden rejoice after Man City’s fourth goal.

After the break, Ancelotti brought in Nacho to replace Alaba to strengthen the defense.

However, the third goal quickly came for Man City.

The climactic `competition` continued with the back and forth between the two teams.

Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad

Benzema’s cold penalty kick.

However, Man City could not protect the two-goal gap until the end of the match.

Man City pressed forward in the final minutes, but their crosses only drifted across Real’s goal.

Man City defeated Real in a rain of goals at Etihad

Man City 4-3 Real Madrid

Competition list

Man City: Ederson, Stones (Fernandinho 36′), Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko, De Bruyne, Rodri, Bernardo Silva, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus (Sterling 83′), Foden.

Real: Courtois, Carvajal, Eder Militao, Alaba (Nacho 46′), Mendy, Valverde, Kroos, Modric (Ceballos 79′), Rodrygo (Camavinga 70′), Benzema, Vinicius Junior (Asensio 88′).

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