Real Madrid and Manchester City met at the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League semi final level. Manchester City won 4-3 in their first leg meeting then Real Madrid won 3-1 in their second leg meeting. This made Real Madrid qualify with an agrigate of 6-5.
Football analyst Sport360 has released their combined best XI players. Best goalkeeper in the combined squad is Thibaut Courtois. The Real Madrid goalkeeper made 8 saves in their 3-1 win against Manchester City in the second leg.
Best centre backs in the team are Ruben Dias of Manchester City and David Alaba of Real Madrid. Manchester City wing backs Kyle Walker and Joao Cancelo are the right back and left back in the team.
Best midfielders in the team are Manchester City attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, Casemiro and Luca Modric of Real Madrid. De Bruyne scored 1 goal and gave 1 assist in their 4-3 win against Real Madrid in the first leg.
Phil Foden, Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior are the best fowards in the team. Benzema scored a total of 3 goals and gave 1 assist in their first leg and second leg meetings.
Here is the Manchester City and Real Madrid combined best XI.
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