Manchester City have qualified for this season's Champions league final, their first ever after overcoming Paris Saint Germany in a 2-0 win over them, and an aggregate of 4-1. PSG team that greatly missed their best man and could not make a come back after loosing 1-2 in the first leg of the semifinal.
Ruben Diaz was today's man of the match after leading from the back and making some of the greatest tackles, and blocks from some of the dangerous shots from the Paris Saint Germany's attack.Let's look at three things learned from that game;
1.Manchester City's defense
The first thing anyone recognized when watching that game was, the decisions and arrangement made by Pep Guadiora's defense. They kept Neymar and his attacking teammates silent all throughout the game and therefore they could not make any important development.
2.PSG failed without Mbappe
The team flopped without their star man and could not cause much of a threat going forward. Mbappe could have caused Manchester City's defense a lot of trouble so it was an added advantage when he missed to start.
3.Manchester City are not dependent on a single person
Unlike their opponents today who counted on Neymar to star in the absence of Mbappe, Manchester City don't have a specific person they depend on, instead the work as a team and anybody from their team can make an impact.
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