Manchester city lived up to the billing once again after outclassing German outfit, Borussia Dortmund in a 4-2 aggregate scoreline to oust them from the champions league. They face the champions league tittle favourites, Paris Saint-Germain next on the 24th of April to ascertain the possibility of making it to the finals at Istanbul. However, the build up to their clash with Parist Saint-Germain seem to have started following Phil Foden twitter battle cry.
Manchester city wonderkid, Phil Foden has sent a tweet to Paris Saint-Germain talisman, Kylian Mbappe Lottin, asking him to get read for their upcoming fixture.
The young attacker sent the tweet few minutes after their second leg clash against Dortmund ended. Foden's 75 minute belter sealed a comfortable double over the German giants, and apparently looking forward to walloping their subsequent opponents.
The Cityzens have scored 19 and conceded only two goals in their European campaign this season, a statistic which clearly makes them one of the most feared side and favourites to win the competition.
Indeed, Guradiola's expensive outlays since he took over Manchester city is becoming very much evident considering their incredible run in the champions league this season.
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