Atletico madrid vs manchester city

atletico madrid vs manchester city

What happened in the Atletico Madrid V Man City quarter-final?

Manchester Citys ill-tempered goalless draw away to Atletico Madrid was enough to secure a hard-fought 1-0 aggregate victory in their Champions League quarter-final. Leading from the first leg thanks to Kevin De Bruynes goal, Man City retained their advantage in front of a boisterous Wanda Metropolitano crowd to progress to the last four.

What channel is Man Utd vs Man City on?

The match will be broadcast live on TV in the UK on BT Sport 2, but fans living around the globe can find out how they can tune in via the TV listings below, courtesy of livesoccertv.com.

Who will face Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals?

Match report as Manchester City secured the result they needed against Atletico Madrid to progress to the semi-finals of the Champions League as Felipe was sent off for the hosts; Pep Guardiolas side will now face Real Madrid over two legs for a place in the final

How many shots did Atletico Madrid attempt in the first half?

Atletico Madrid did not attempt a single shot in the first half, the first time they have had zero shots in the first half of a Champions League match since game-by-game shot data is available for the competition (2003-04).

What happened in the Manchester City v Atletico Madrid match?

Football fans were shocked on Wednesday evening, as the second leg of Manchester Citys Champions League quarter-final against Atletico Madrid descended into chaos. Police were forced to separate the two teams at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium after an ill-tempered game and disgraceful brawl in the tunnel.

What happened in the Man City vs Atlético tunnel bust-up?

Uefa’s disciplinary panel is set to launch an investigation into Wednesday night’s chaotic tunnel bust-up between Manchester City and Atlético Madrid. It comes as new footage emerged of the incident of players confronting each other as they left the pitch.

What happened in the 89th minute of the Champions League?

It was fraught, it was suffocating, it was full-blooded – entirely as billed – and it blew up in the 89th minute with a mass melee between the players of both Atlético Madrid and Manchester City, including plenty of substitutes.

What is Atletico Madrid’s starting line up?

Atletico Madrid (5-3-2) Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Felipe, Reinildo, Renan Lodi; M Llorente, Kondogbia, Koke; Griezmann, Joao Felix. Substitutes: Lecomte, Christian, Wass, M Hermoso, Ibra, De Paul, Lemar, J Serrano, Suarez, Correa, Cunha. After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, the Football Weekly pod squad are going back out on tour.

Man City v Man Utd will kick off at 4:30pm. There are numerous Premier League games taking place in the coming days, including Chelsea v Everton, which kicks off at 6pm on Monday. What TV channel is Man City v Man Utd on?

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Who will Real Madrid meet in the Champions League semi-finals?

Real will now meet City in the semi-finals if Pep Guardiola’s men progress. Villarreal pulled off a stunning win over Bayern Munich in the other quarter-final tie. And Liverpool look the most likely to face them in the final four after beating Benfica 3-1 in Lisbon.

Who will Man City face in the Champions League semi-finals?

Manchester City will face Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals should they advance past Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

When is the Manchester City v Real Madrid Champions League semi-final?

Manchester City and Real Madrid meet in the UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg on Tuesday 26 April. Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner (s) here. What do you need to know? Losing finalists last season, City are eager to make amends, but the 13-time European champions are a huge obstacle in their path.

Which teams are in the Champions League semi-finals?

Manchester City and Liverpool have joined Real Madrid and Villarreal in this seasons UEFA Champions League semi-finals. Form, stats, key players and why they can win it - UEFA.com assesses each semi-finalist.

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