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Manchester city at the semi-finals in the champions league

Manchester City have arrived at the Champions League semi-finals after a 1-0 total win over Atletico Madrid.

Last year's finalists required only the one objective in the primary leg to beat Atleti, with Kevin De Bruyne viewing as the net late on at the Etihad Stadium lastly separating a harsh side that had each man behind the ball.

Fans reprimanded Diego Simeone for playing a 5-5-0 arrangement, his side not dealing with a solitary shot on objective and breaking an undesirable Champions League record thus.

They had their uproarious fans behind them in the second leg at the Wanda Metropolitano and made it substantially more anxious for City on home soil.

Yet, Ederson in the City objective was seldom tasted and the Premier League champions dug profound to guarantee a 0-0 attract that booked their place the last four.

Atleti protector Felipe was shipped off late on for two terrible difficulties on Phil Foden, who wound up brandishing a gauze around his head for the principal half crash.

Previous City player Stefan Savic ignited an incredible fracas in the corner when he attempted to drag Foden to his feet, prompting appointments and nine minutes of added time in a turbulent completion to the game.

City, who showed genuine versatility, will be back in the Spanish capital unavoidably as they will play Atleti's neighbors Real Madrid following their outright exhilarating 5-4 total triumph over holders Chelsea.

Karim Benzema's additional time header added to Rodrygo Goes' strike to get movement for the 13-time European heroes after Chelsea took a shock lead 3-0 lead at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night.

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