Man city 1-1 Bayern Munich highlights
Watch Man city 1-1 Bayern Munich highlights as Manchester city won the quarter finals of the champions league with 1-4 agg score.
With the victory in the quarter finals man city advances to the semi-finals of the champions league.
Haaland scores his goal on the 48th goal of the season in the match against second leg of the quarter finals of the champions league. Holding the lead with 3-0 from the first leg match, Haaland scores a goal in the 57th minute of the match play before his side is placed in the top four for the continuous third year.
The Norwegian could have opened the scoring earlier had he not blazed a first-half penalty over the bar and despite Joshua Kimmich making it 1-1 on the night with a late spot-kick (83), it was a case of mission accomplished for Pep Guardiola’s team.
City’s chances of securing a maiden Champions League title remain very much alive, but they will first have to overcome current holders and 14-time winners Real Madrid, who beat Chelsea 4-0 on aggregate in their quarter-final.
And they will know better than anyone what a daunting challenge that is, having been knocked out by the Spanish champions at the semi-final stage last year after falling victim to one of the greatest European comebacks.
As for Bayern, a dramatic turnaround against City was always unlikely and they exit the quarter-finals for a third consecutive season.
That miss gave Bayern renewed hope and they finished the first half strongly with Coman firing at Ederson and Sane, who earlier had a free-kick saved, shooting wide from distance. Cancelo and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting were also denied from close range.
Haaland had another opportunity after the break as Bayern, in chasing the tie, began to get stretched but he shot straight at Yann Sommer.
The German side went close again as a Coman effort squirmed through Ederson’s grasp and rolled across goal but City cleared and Haaland made no mistake at the third time of asking.
Again the Bayern defence was caught out as Kevin De Bruyne led a charge. The Belgian calmly slipped in Haaland and, after skipping around a challenge, the 22-year-old finished emphatically to become the youngest player to score 35 Champions League goals.
Pep Guardiola on postmatch interview
Pep Guardiola said, “Of course, three years in a row in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
“We struggled in the first half. Upamecano broke all the lines down our left side and we struggled with Coman. We were fortunate before the penalty miss, they had one or two chances and anything could happen but we defended really well.
“The finishing from Erling was really, really good. He is so young. The experience that we have in this competition, the players feel it a lot, they want to do it really well. The second half was much, much better since minute one.
“We are exhausted. I don’t know how we recover to play against Sheffield United [in the FA Cup semi-final]. Now is a tough moment for the game on Saturday.”
Thomas Tuchel on postmatch interview
Tuchel said, “I am very satisfied with both games against Manchester City and with the way we presented ourselves.
“We were on par with what is currently the best team in Europe. There was a difference in self-confidence and form. For the few chances we conceded in both matches, we were punished. I don’t think the scoreline reflects the tie.
“We had enough chances. But in order to beat the best team you need more than just 100 per cent. You need also a bit of luck, a deflection, a set piece and you also have to make those golden chances you get.
“I think we had City on the hook again, even more so than in Manchester. But, like last week, we never had that moment of luck that you need to turn this around.”