Manchester City Goes In Par With Real Madrid On A 3-3 Draw In Quarter Finals

Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig, 32); Freisteller, Einzelbild, Aktion, action

The first half of the just-ended quarter final match which ensued between Real Madrid and Manchester City was awesome and terrific for their fans.

The guest team scored the first goal in the second minute when Bernado Silva drove a free kick into the corner — this made him spot an opening, aiming low towards the goal keeper’s right side , sending the ball rolling in that direction.

Moreover, Real Madrid equalled the score against Manchester City in the twelfth minute, when Eduardo Camavinga threw a shot with his left foot into the opponent team’s goal post — this was the first goal.

The second goal was scored again by the Real Madrid team in the fifteenth minute, according to calculations.

Despite pressure from a defender, Camavinga managed to navigate the ball towards Ortega, who, also, did his best to pull up more tactics in the second half, even though Faden scored the second goal in the sixty-sixth minute, levelling both teams’ scores to 2-2.

Manchester’s third goal happened in the seventy-first minute by Gvardiol with a cool kick, after Faden and Grealish smoothened the path

And then, in the seventy-ninth minute, Madrid scored the final and third goal, enabling both teams to reach an equal goal level.

It is certain that the second phase of this same bout will take place in Manchester City on April 17, 2024.