Manchester City Secured UCL semi-finals after draw at Metropolitano Stadium

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Man City fixed their spot in the last four of the Champions League after a cheeky goalless draw at the Wanda Metropolitano was to the point of getting a 1-0 total triumph over Atletico Madrid.

The away side nearly got off to the fantasy start when John Stones met a Kevin De Bruyne corner at the front post, yet the England worldwide could look his header over the crossbar.

City were in the power, with Reinildo constrained into a last-ditch block from a De Bruyne volley at the edge of the punishment region after Phil Foden‘s shot had circled enticingly into the Belgian’s pass.

Kick Guardiola‘s side should have broke the stop in the 29th moment after a beautiful, clearing move. Kyle Walker was taken care of inside the area by Riyad Mahrez and when his draw back tumbled to Foden at the far post, the England global teed up Ilkay Gundogan. Nonetheless, the German could direct his left-footed exertion off within the post.

Atletico then, at that point, designed their first genuine chance of the evening following the restart. Antoine Griezmann was sent in behind the City protection by an exquisite first time elapse from Koke and the Frenchman progressed towards objective, yet Aymeric Laporte matched him step for-step prior to redirecting the ball out for a corner.

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