Manchester City beat Atletico Madrid in the Champions League

City, who won 1-0 at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, were level on goalless in a fiery clash that turned ugly last time out.

To slip the tie from the hosts, some athletes struggled to control their emotions and attacked their opponent fiercely.

In particular, a tackle on Phil Foden provoked a major fight in the 89th minute when Atletico defender Stephen Chavic’s behavior worsened and he somehow escaped with a yellow card.

After being dropped by Felipe, who saw the second yellow card, the defender became angry as Foten spun on the pitch, and he was knocked out for the challenge.

Savic ran and tried to pull Foten off the ground before being stopped by Manchester City players. In the midst of the melee he pulled the hair of City substitute Jack Graylish following what the English called him a bomb.

‘Fans will be proud’

The home support created a scary atmosphere for the final minutes of the game as the play loaded the torch paper around the field.

Fans were encouraged by Athletic manager Diego Simeone, who received a yellow card in extra time because the hosts lost all composure.

“I’m proud of what we were able to do. Our fans were extraordinary, cheering the team on and then responding by raising the volume even louder as the team approached victory,” Simeon told reporters. Competition.

“I have no doubt the fans will be proud of how we compete. That’s important. Even if you do, you will compete.

“The only thing that needs to be emphasized is that we did not win, that is what really counts.”

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Even at full-time, Chavic continued his feud with Grealish because it required police to separate the two factions at the gates of the dressing rooms.

The ugly scenes otherwise ruined an amazing performance Mattresses Who wasted many chances to equalize against a tired looking City.

“At this ground, in this match, it’s always hard. It’s a great compliment to the players,” City manager Pep Cardiola told reporters, not wanting to be dragged into questions about the fights.

“We can’t expect everything to be wonderful every time, we just have to suffer.

“I’m proud that the opponent was so good. We tried to take the ball but could not.”

Photon was a constant thorn in the side of Atletico on Wednesday.

Elsewhere, Liverpool drew 3-3 with Benfica, but advanced to the semi-finals with a 6-4 victory overall.

Ibrahima Conade opened the scoring for Liverpool, before Gonzalo Ramos equalized just before half-time.

Roberto Firmino’s brace seemed to tie the tie in the second half, but Benfica made it a little more interesting after being pushed back twice by Roman Yaremschuk and Darwin Nunes.

But there was damage in the first leg and Liverpool advanced to the final four against Villarreal.

Manchester City, meanwhile, face 13-time winners Real Madrid in the final.

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