Treble-chasing Manchester City booked their place in the final of the Champions League followed a ruthless display against holders and 14th times European champions Real Madrid.
Manchester City struck twice in a mesmerising first half – with Bernardo Silva scoring a double – as they beat Real Madrid to qualify for the Champions League final.
Kevin De Bruyne’s second half equaliser cancelled out Vinicius Junior’s first half rocket as Manchester City fully deserved the first leg draw at Real Madrid.
Rodrygo scored twice in the 90th minute before Karim Benzema hit an amazing winner in Extra Time as Real Madrid beat Manchester City in a dramatic Champions League semi final.
Two mistakes by Raphael Varane allowed Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to score the goals that put Manchester City into the quarter finals of the Champions League at the expense of Real Madrid who lost a knock-out tie with boss Zinedine Zidane in charge for the first time in four seasons.