UEFA Champions League football results on Tuesday, May 9, with highlights of the match: Man City-Madrid. Can’t eat each other.
UEFA Champions League Last night, there was one match play. Which was the last four teams, the first leg between Real Madrid at home and Manchester City.
Real Madrid 1-1 Manchester City.
(Vinicius 36 / De Bruyne 67)
The game at the Santiago Bernabeu deserves to be an “A-class” game for the two giants of this era. Even today, the visiting team can dominate the ball more attacking. But the home team did not let it easily enter the last area and also took the lead first from a long shot from Vinicius Jr. in the 36th minute after that, the Blues tried to speed up the game and came to equalize successfully from the shot. Far outside the box of Kevin De Bruyne in the 67th minute, then each side couldn’t do anything more, ending 90 minutes with a draw in the first leg game.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed that Kyle Walker is in the starting line-up to cope with Vinicius Junior’s pace in the Champions League. Semifinal first leg against Real Madrid
Guardiola made seven changes from the Premier League win over Leeds United at the weekend.
Ask if Walker was chosen to deal with Vinicius’ pace, Guardiola told BT Sport: “Of course, but not only that. He has to play too. But of course, at that level, in deep rounds, every team is dangerous. So are we. Hopefully we will use him more than them.”