UEFA Champions League Manchester City vs Liverpool Oh My God, what a game. City couldn’t believe their eyes. You can’t predict football now. is just like a dream to City and Barcelona.
Goals from Salah and Firmino ensured the Reds’ passage into the semi-finals after a shaky first half at the Etihad Stadium.
Guardiola was sent off at half time and according to him, it was because he said “goal” to the referee.
“I didn’t insult him. I just said goal… to go to half-time 2-0, it’s different.
“I know him from Spain, so… I could imagine it. We know him, the players felt it… but please, Liverpool deserve winning because they played well. In as much Manchester City played well but their was know goal today Manchester City hard luck.
What a great match Roma and Liverpool have qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League, after impressive wins on Tuesday night. Roma 3 – 0 Barcelona While Liverpool 2- 1 Manchester City.
Once more, it was Salah who provided the decisive moment at a time when Liverpool needed him most. They had been stretched to breaking point during a first half in which City had thrown everything their way. They lived on their nerves, played poorly generally, and were indebted to the officials – and the woodwork – on at least one occasion. It was petrifying to watch at times. But City, who were brilliant in the first 45 minutes, had only Gabriel Jesus’ second-minute goal to show for their dominance. Manchester City wasn’t lucky.
Guardiola’s teamsheets often cause brows to furrow to eyebrows to raise, but the one delivered an hour before kick-off here was particularly perplexing. Just three recognised defenders, no natural left back and on a night where goals were the priority, no room for Sergio Aguero.
UEFA Champions League Liverpool 2- 1 Manchester City
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