Real beat Man City after extra time

Real beat Man City after extra time 3

As a guest at the Bernabeu with a narrow 4-3 victory in the first leg, Man City entered the match cautiously.

The return of Kyle Walker on the right wing meant that Vinicius Junior did not have as much playing space as in the first leg.

The homeowner still has a chance but it’s not clear.

Benzema celebrates scoring a 3-1 victory for Real on the penalty spot in the first extra period.

Not as overwhelming as the first leg, but Man City still controlled the situation thanks to pressing and blocking right on the opponent’s field.

On the offensive front, Man City is always potentially dangerous every time they get on the ball.

Real changed its approach in the second half and caused a surprise right after the kickoff.

Real beat Man City after extra time

Man City came close to winning after Mahrez’s opening goal.

To enhance offensive firepower, coach Carlo Ancelotti withdrew central midfielder Toni Kroos, to be replaced by striker born in 2001 Rodrygo.

After the defeat, Ancelotti withdrew Modric and Casemiro from the field.

Still shocked after the loss, Man City conceded another goal just a minute later.

Real beat Man City after extra time

Rodrygo headed in, equalizing the score at 5-5 after two matches and forcing the two teams to play extra time.

Having quickly equalized, Man City could only blame themselves because they had previously had good opportunities to finish off their opponents.

The more bravery Man City lacks, the more `dirty` Real is.

Man City no longer has the individuals to create mutations in the remaining time.

Real beat Man City after extra time

Real Madrid 3-1 Man City

Competition list

Real: Courtois, Carvajal, Eder Militao (Vazquez 115′), Nacho, Mendy, Modric (Asensio 75′), Casemiro (Camavinga 75′), Kroos (Rodrygo 68′), Valverde, Benzema (Ceballos 105′), Vinicius Junior

Man City: Ederson, Walker (Gundogan 72′), Dias, Laporte, Joao Cancelo, Bernardo Silva, Rodri (Sterling 99′), De Bruyne (Zinchenko 72′), Mahrez (Fernandinho 85′), Gabriel Jesus (Grealish 78′

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