Manchester City yesterday reached the UEFA Champions league finals for the very first time in history after the 2-0 victory against PSG at Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola's men had a 4-1 aggregate in the match that was accounted for by their previous match at the Parc des Princes last week.
With less than a month to prepare for the finals that will be played at Instanbul, the Cityzens will however face Chelsea or Real Madrid who will be playing their last match today to determine the one who will proceed to the finals.
Riyard Mahrez and Reuben Dias have been out standing in the two matches with the Algerian scoring three goals out of the four that were netted and the Portuguese international standing strong with a clean sheet yesterday as PSG also registered a single shot on target which was in their last match.
However, if Manchester City wins the title this season, their long serving and the most successful premier league striker Sergio Aguero will therefore be free to leave the club where he had promised back in the year 2014 to quit once they wins the Champions league.
The striker who has won four Premier league titles for Manchester City including his personal awards in the ten years he has played had earlier on said that he will leaving during the summer and this will be the greatest ever achievement once they emerge victorious.
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