In the first leg of the Champions League match between Manchester City and Paris St-Germain (PSG), it was a 2-1 scoreline against PSG. In the second-leg, Paris St-Germain were beaten again by Manchester City by 2-0, making it a total of 4-1 on Tuesday May 4.
Manchester City has however reached at its first final, with Pep Guardiola’s side also establishing another record – for the longest winning run by an English team in European Cup history, with seven (7) leaving Manchester United, Leeds and Arsenal on six (6).
Manchester City reached their first Champions League final as they conquered Paris St-Germain at Etihad Stadium to get a telling triumph more than two legs.
Man City’s danger man–Riyad Mahrez also has a record of being the lone second player to score in the two legs of a Champions League semi-final for an English club after Sadio Mane in 2017-2018.
City have shown incredible growth and advancement this season, keeping their nerve when under tension against Borussia Dortmund in the last eight and furthermore enduring a PSG flood in Paris six days ago to recuperate for an exceptional success.
The Champions League Final will be played in Instanbul on 29th May, 2021. Consequently Man City will have the chance to affirm that status in this final against Chelsea.