Manchester City ruthlessly saw off Real Madrid 4-3 at Etihad Stadium to claim a vital home victory ahead of the second leg at Santiego Bernabeu. Man City opened their scores through Kelvin De Bryune in the 2nd minute before Gabriel Jesus doubled their lead in the 11th minute but Karim Benzema pulled one goal back for Real Madrid in the 33rd minute to force a 2-1 lead for Man City at halftime. Man City scored their 3rd goal in the 53rd minute through Phil Foden before Vinicius Junior scored 2nd goal for Real Madrid in the 55th minute. Bernado Silva scored the 4th goal for Man City before Karim Benzema converted a penalty for the visitors at stoppage time as the Los Blancos suffered a 4-3 defeat.
After their 4-3 Victory, Manchester City are focused on their upcoming fixtures against Leeds United, Real Madrid, Newcastle United & Westham United while Real Madrid next 4 fixtures will be against Espanyol, Man City, Atletico Madrid & Levante.
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