Manchester City he enforced the locality this Tuesday in England and avoided surprises by winning, in the final minutes of the game, por 2-1 ante Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
The English team took advantage early with a goal from Kevin de Bruyne (19th), figure of the lawsuit, and maintained his advantage during most of the game, until the problems in the closing arrived.
It was the 84th minute when the citizens lost possession and Marco Reus, after assistance from Erling Haaland, scored the partial tie 1-1.
Pep Guardiola’s pupils, who had controlled almost the entire match, suffered in the final minutes and it seemed that they were leaving with the bitter draw, but De Bruyne put a beautiful pass into the area, Ilkay Gundogan controlled perfectly and left only Phil Foden, who coldly defined for the final 2-1 (90 ‘).
The rematch between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund will take place next week, on Wednesday April 14, at Signal Iduna Park in Germany.
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