A dominant display from Manchester City was enough to end Real Madrid’s hopes of clinching a 15th Champions League title on Wednesday night at the Etihad as the citizens net up a final clash with Italian giants, Inter Milian.
Guardiola’s charges completely dominated the opening period, with an 80 percent possession of the ball that saw them deliver classy football.
Madrid’s shot-stopper, Thibaut Courtois was invited to save a header from Erlong Haaland in the 22nd minute, who looked certain to score
City wouldn’t have to wait too long for the first goal as the Portuguese midfielder, Bernardo Silva, would flash a finish past Courtois, whose heroics could not save his side.
Silva was at the thick of things again in the 37th minute to give the Citizens a two-goal advantage with a header despite an earlier long-range shot from Toni Kroos that was almost close to being a sucker punch equalizer for Madrid.
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Militao would eventually seal Nadrid’s fate with an own goal in the 76th minute after Akanji touched on a free-kick before it hit the Real Madrid defender and went into his own net.
Manchester City not content with a third went searching for a fourth and were rewarded as Alvarez added another in added time to complete the route
Africa Today News, New York reports that City will now face Inter Milan at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul come 10th June as they chase their first Champions League title.
Inter had eased off Italian neighbors, AC Milan after a Lautaro Martinez goal sealed an important victory for them over fierce rivals.
Three-time winners Inter, who led 2-0 after the first leg picked up another important win on Tuesday to book their final place.