Nigeria’s Kelechi Iheanacho came in as a late substitute for Sergio Aguero as his team, Manchester City, secured a historic passage into the semi finals of the UEFA Champions League.
City beat fellow big spenders, PSG, 1-0 on the night and 3-2 on aggregate to make it to the last four of the Champions League for the very time in their club history.
Kevin de Bruyne was the hero for the Citizens scoring the all-important goal at the Etihad stadium on Tuesday night.
de Bruyne scored from the edge of the box after the visitors failed to clear properly.
In the day’s other quarter final contest, Spanish giants Real Madrid ensured there were no surprises in the clash against Wolfsburg as they roundly beat the Germans 3 – 0 courtesy of an awesome display by Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo who netted all the goals.
Real Madrid knew anything short of a 2 – 0 win the clash would have spelt doom for them and went on the rampage very early launching attacks from the onset and they achieved their mission with a big to keep them in contention for an astonishing 11th Champions League title.
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