Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain battled it out yesterday in a bid to reach the competition's finals and potentially lift the trophy. The Sky Blues are desperate to reach the competition's finals because it will be the first time in their history.
The game got off to a great start, with the hosts scoring in the first few minutes. Manchester City did not give up hope, and they continued to try in the hopes of scoring by the end of the game.
In the 64th minute, De Bryune equalized for his team, before Maherez sealed the victory with an incredible free-kick. The team of Pep Guardiola was able to win the match, giving them a two-goal advantage.
PSG will fly to Etihad Stadium next week to meet Manchester City in the hopes of overturning the two-goal deficit. Despite having a two-goal lead, Manchester City might not be able to reach the finals, as PSG is regarded as one of Europe's best clubs.
Man City scored all two goals yesterday when PSG was reduced to ten men after one of their players was sent off. They'll be packed next week, and they could have a hard time stopping Manchester City from making the finals.
PSG has some of the best players in the world, including Neymar and Mbappe, who have embarrassed top clubs such as Barcelona and Bayern Munich in this competition. They will be able to keep up their good form next week and prevent Manchester City from reaching the final of this cup.
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