Liverpool and Manchester City join Villarreal and Real Madrid in the Champions League last four on Wednesday evening. The semi-finals will take place on 26-27 April (GO) and 3/4 May (Return).
What is known about the last four of the Champions League 2021-2022. This Wednesday evening, Liverpool and Manchester City validated their qualifications for the semi-finals at the expense of Atlético de Madrid and Benfica Lisbon. The Reds resisted a Portuguese awakening at Anfield (3–3, 6–4 on aggregate), while a 0–0 draw against Colconeros was enough for the Sky Blues after a 1–0 win in the first leg.
>> Relive Atlético-City (0-0)
>> Revive Liverpool-Benfica (3-3)
The two formations join Villarreal and Real Madrid, qualifying for the next round this Tuesday evening. This season, the last four of C1 therefore provide us with two England-Spain shocks as Liverpool face the Yellow Submarine while the Citizens go side by side with Madrid.
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For their first Champions League semi-final since 2006, Villarreal will travel to Anfield in the first leg and host Jurgen Klopp’s men at the Ceramics Stadium in the return. In the second semi-final, City will host the first leg before traveling to the Bernabeu, the scene of some serious twists and turns in the last two rounds for the second. Matches will take place on 26/27 April (GO) and 3/4 May (Return).
Schedule for the Semi-Finals
Go (26/27 April)
- Manchester City – Real Madrid
Comeback (3/4 May)
- Real Madrid-Manchester City