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UCL 2022-23, MCI Vs RM, Second Leg: Manchester City Thump Real Madrid 4-0 To Enter Final - In Pics

Manchester City took its final step towards winning a treble by thrashing Real Madrid 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. City finished with a 5-1 aggregate after the first leg match ended in a 1-1 draw. Bernardo Silva scored a brace in the first half, while Eder Militao scored an own goal after the break only for Julian Alvarez to finish it off in added time. Pep Guardiola's men had already entered the FA Cup final where they are set to face derby rivals Manchester United. In the Premier League, a win against Chelsea on Sunday will earn them their third straight league title. In the Champions League final, they will face Inter Milan, who defeated rivals AC Milan on Tuesday. While City are chasing their first UCL title, it will be Guardiola's third as a coach, with both his previous titles coming with Barcelona.

UEFA Champions League 2023, semi-final second leg: Manchester City vs Real Madrid
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Manchester City took its final step towards winning a treble by thrashing Real Madrid 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. City finished with a 5-1 aggregate after the first leg match ended in a 1-1 draw. Bernardo Silva scored a brace in the first half, while Eder Militao scored an own goal after the break only for Julian Alvarez to finish it off in added time. Pep Guardiola's men had already entered the FA Cup final where they are set to face derby rivals Manchester United. In the Premier League, a win against Chelsea on Sunday will earn them their third straight league title. In the Champions League final, they will face Inter Milan, who defeated rivals AC Milan on Tuesday. While City are chasing their first UCL title, it will be Guardiola's third as a coach, with both his previous titles coming with Barcelona.

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