English giants Manchester City faced French giants Paris Saint Germany in the 2nd leg of the UEFA champions league semifinal. The game ended 2-0 in favour of Manchester City and they also won the first leg by 1-2 goals leading to an aggregate of 4-1.
Manchester City dominated the game, with their defense on top of their game, keeping out Neymar and the rest of PSG's attack, the midfield also was at the best with the likes of Debryune dominating the midfield, and finally their attack was dangerous from all angles.
However, even though City dominated, did you realize that Paris Saint Germany had no shot on target in the entire game? I thought you should know.Manchester City boss Pep Guadiora will be hoping that their stars produce the same magic in the final where they will be facing either Chelsea or Real Madrid.
The two teams will be facing each other tomorrow, and each one of them will be fighting for a chance to join Manchester City in the final, with Chelsea Gelding the important away Goal after they secure 1-1 draw away at real Madrid's home playing ground.
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