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Champions League: Man. City Demolish Madrid’s Bid For 15th Title

Manchester City on Wednesday demolished defending champions, Real Madrid’s bid for the 15th Champions League title.

Gatekeepers News reports that City thrashed 4-0 in the second leg, making an aggregate of 5-1 to qualify for the Champions League final.

The Defending English Champions will now play Inter Milan in the final in Istanbul, Turkey on the 10th of June.

Bernardo Silva, who grabbed a brace was the hero of the day in the encounter at the Etihad stadium.

Pep Guardiola’s men opened scoring line on the 23rd minute when Kevin De Bruyne sent a pass to Silva, who showed brilliant composure inside the box to bury the ball inside the right post.

On the 35th minute, Toni Kroos received a fine pass and tried his luck from long range. His attempt went toward the top of the net, but Ederson pulled off a great save to push the ball onto the bar.

Silva doubled for City on 37 minutes as the hosts dominated the first half. After a few rebounds, the ball found its way to Silva, who was quickest and placed it inside the right post.

An own-goal gave City a 3-0 lead on 76 minutes. A free kick was whipped in and the ball hit Eder Militao, who found the back of his net.

On added time, the homers made it 4-0. A great pass from Phil Foden to Julian Alvarez was well maximised into the bottom left corner.

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