As Manchester City secured their spot in the Champions League final, Bernardo Silva netted two goals, Julian Alvarez netted one, and Eder Militao scored an own goal.

Madrid, the reigning Champions League champions, were unable to handle the energy and fluidity of the hosts as City performed at their absolute peak in the second leg. Before Eder Militao's own goal and Julian Alvarez's fourth goal in stoppage time, Bernardo Silva's two goals in the first half gave Pep Guardiola's team a commanding lead.

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Manchester City


Throughout the first half, a spectator. was very alert to intercept Rodrygo's pass before Benzema could seize the opportunity. made an incredible fingertip save to deflect Alaba's free kick over.  7/10

Kyle Walker 

After an outstanding defensive performance, Vinicius Jr.'s nightmares will be tormenting him. stopped the Brazilian's infrequent drives into City territory with lightning speed.   


John Stones 

Another impressive display in his new hybrid role. commanded play and freely entered Real Madrid territory.  7/10

Ruben Dias

Relentlessly organized the City defense, allowing Stones to advance. Benzema's second-half shot was blockedby him, but he was still issued a booking for a foul on Vinicius Jr.  8/10

Manuel Akanji

Rarely put to a defensive test. Always ready to help City's attacks, he assisted in securing their trip to Istanbul when his header deflected off Militao.  7/10


Under pressure, Rodri was happily receiving the ball while maintaining City's midfield rhythm the entire time.  8/10 

Ilkay Gundogan

Put his recent attacking heroics to one side as well-executed midfield positioning and passing suffocated Madrid.  8/10

Kevin de Bruyne

Oozed quality whenever in possession. Threaded the pass through for Silva's opener 8/10

Bernardo Silva

Scored an invaluable first-half double to virtually secure City's progress. Crowned City's dominant start with a well-taken opener before a superb headed second.  9/10

Jack Grealish

Isolated as early City attacks concentrated down right. Looked to have put the opener on a plate for Haaland before Courtois' heroics. Grew into the game superbly, not giving Carvajal a moment's rest.  8/10

Erling Haaland

Would have stolen the limelight before Silva's double had it not been for two stunning saves from Courtois.  7/10


Riyad Mahrez

Came on for Gundogan in 80 minutes. Added liitle or no impact. 5/10

Phil Foden

Despite having the game in hand and replacing De Bruyne with six minutes left to play, he still managed to set up Alvarez for City's fourth goal.  7/10

Julian Alvarez

Replaced Haaland in the waning seconds, and with his first contribution, he gave City a fourth.  7/10

Real Madrid

Thibaut Courtois 

Made three saves to stop Haaland from hiding in the semi-final and prevent a hat-trick. As told by City pressure, "you are helpless and innocent".  7/10

Dani Carvajal

In his personal duel with Grealish, he came in second. A yellow card was issued for tackling a Man City forward in the second half. Gundogan was prevented from tying the knot by crucial intervention.  4/10

Eder Militao

Returned from suspension to take Antonio Rudiger's place after the German's outstanding performance in the first leg. Aided a little by Courtois in keeping Haaland off the scoresheet, but was outclassed by City's other attack options when they scored their third.  4/10

David Alaba

When he lost sight of Haaland, he almost gave away the opening. was just a fingertip away from saving himself with a dipping free kick in the second half.  4/10

Edwarduo Camavinga 

gave himself a half-decent performance in his unfavorable left-back position against De Bruyne and Silva. shifted to midfield when Rudiger was introduced. booked on Grealish for a journey. 11 minutes have been added.  4/10

Federico Valverde 

Due to City's overwhelming dominance, limited to a defense-only performance.  5/10

Nicolai Kroos

From the first whistle on, worked non-stop to put out fires but was overwhelmed by the size of the job. Just before City's second goal, the crossbar prevented an incredible equalizer. After 70 minutes, Asensio took his place.  6/10

Luka Modric 

Struggled with the game's tempo, failing to apply defensive pressure or hold onto the ball. Rudiger took over at minute 63.  5/10


After only 33 touches and 80 minutes on the field, he left.  4/10

Karim Benzema

When it mattered most in the game, nobody spoke up. threatened to score an improbable consolation goal, but it was too late.  4/10

Vinicius Jr.

Having to provide defensive cover limits the amount of offense produced. Cut a demoralized figure with each attack that City successfully repelled.  4/10


Antonio Rudiger

Modric was replaced after 63 minutes. Unable to stop City's two late goals.  5/10

Marco Asensio 

Kroos was replaced after 70 minutes. Incapable of inspiring an improbable comeback.  5/10

Aurelien Tchouameni

came on with 10 minutes left in the game to replace Camavinga.

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