The biggest night in Manchester City’s 141-year history ended in pain and disappointment as they lost to Chelsea in the final of the Champions League.
UEFA Champions League
Record signing Kai Havertz scored the winner to land Chelsea their second Champions League title at the expense of Manchester City.
Riyad Mahrez scored twice as Manchester City qualified for their first ever Champions League final by beating a petulant Paris St Germain.
Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez scored second half goals to overhaul an early Paris St Germain lead to record a famous away win for Manchester City.
Phil Foden had the final word again for Manchester City after his late strike helped them beat Borussia Dortmund again after Jude Bellingham had given the Germans the lead.