Manchester City are reached their first Uefa Champions League final as they overcame Paris Saint-Germain at Etihad stadium to secure a commanding victory over two-legs.
The Sky Blues made bright start to the game and found themselves 1-0 up after 10 minutes through Riyad Mahrez, who capped a sweeping move started by goalkeeper Ederson’s 60-yard pass to extend their 2-1 advantage from the first leg in Paris.
In 15th minutes of the game Paris Saint-Germain close to broken the deadlock through Marquinhos, but the Brazilian brilliant header hit the post.
In 42th minutes of the game City defender Ruben Dias produced excellent blocks as Paris Saint-Germain research for their goal by dominating possession.
In second-half of the game Ruben Dias and Oleksandr Zinchenko produced another excellent blocks before City finally sealed the game by scoring the second goals through the Paris-born winger, Riyad Mahrez.
It’s a lovely count-attacking goal with De Bruyne playing Foden into space on the left. The Englishman looks up and plays a low ball into the path of Mahrez to smash home at the back post.
As in the first leg, PSG lost their composure in the latter stages and winger Angel Di Maria was sent off for a petulant stamp on Fernandinho after the ball had run out for a throw-in.
The Sky Blues will now face the winners of the other semi-final between Chelsea and Real Madrid in Istanbul later this month.