A match that no one wants to miss. It is undoubtedly one of the most attractive pairings possible. For the English, it is the revenge of the elimination suffered last season. In the end, 1-1 and everything to be decided in the return leg, for many a sort of anticipated final played in a single match.
The match will take place at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, May 17th, at 9:00 PM Spain time. The date has already been set for the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals between Manchester City and Real Madrid.
Movistar + has the rights to the entire European competition, and exclusively live, you will be able to watch the second semifinal match of the Champions League between Real Madrid and Manchester City.
Specifically, the gathering can be viewed live on the Movistar Liga de Campeones channel, specifically on channel 56.
The sensation of having escaped alive from a new epic night in European football would have been entrusted to a white team that ended up losing 4-3, but in reality it was nothing more than a local advantage. The tie seemed to be sentenced and the English team, Manchester City, managed to advance 2-0 in the 11th minute of the first leg match played in Manchester. However, Real Madrid eliminated the Citizens with an incredible comeback in the legendary Santiago Bernabeu stadium, paving their way towards their fourteenth Champions League title. The echoes of last season’s league champions still resonate, even though the first leg match has already been played.
In the grand final, the Spaniards advanced and scored 6-5 in the overall elimination with a third penalty goal from Karim Benzema in the 95th minute, two goals from Rodrygo Goes in the 90th and 91st minutes, and a comeback for the history books led by the whites, who entered a collective trance at the Bernabéu. But not everything seemed settled, now yes, Guardiola’s team once again took the lead with a goal from Riyad Mahrez in the 71st minute, surpassing any Hollywood script with what happened there. However.
The balance is unfavorable to him, since his departure from Barça, however, he could be considered the Madridismo’s black beast. The numbers are excellent and, for many years, he has managed 21 matches against the merengues in all competitions, with a harvest of 12 victories, four draws, and five defeats. He is not the only one, of course. That was the most painful defeat of Pep Guardiola against Real Madrid, despite defending the City’s shield.
In the final, Atlético Madrid was defeated by Real Madrid with a score of 4-1 in Lisbon, highlighting the Champions League victory. The Madrid fans would emphasize that. In the Allianz Arena, Real Madrid eliminated Bayern with a score of 0-4 and in Spain, they defeated them 1-0 in the semifinals. This is how the Catalan coach saw Real Madrid from the bench in the 2013/14 season.