Already a winner in the first leg (1–0), Manchester City was dangerous at first in the second leg of this Champions League quarter-final against Atlético, but found Oblak’s rank.
Still silent in the Champions League this season, Ilke Gundogan almost unlocked his counter in the best of times. After a long collective streak, the German international found the post during his return to the Champions League quarter-final between Atlético de Madrid and Manchester City (at RMC Sport 1) at the Wanda Metropolitano this Wednesday.
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With a miracle to the outside of the left foot, Joo Cancello found defense behind Kyle Walker, focused first intent into the surface. The ball hit the feet of Phil Foden, who applied for a serve from Gundogan from the penalty spot. With a strike from the left foot flat, the latter probably thought he opened the scoring but his shot crashed on the post.
He was able to try his luck a second time, but his header was pushed back by Felipe, and Atletico ended up clearing. To recall, City won the first leg 1-0 at home. The qualifying team will take on Real Madrid in the semi-finals.