Champions League: Manchester City vs Bayern Munich match report

Manchester City started their quarter-final campaign in the UEFA Champions League with a win. The English club beat German club Bayern Munich 3–0 in the quarter-final first leg match. The team of Manchester City, who became the runners-up in the only final game of the Champions League in 2020-21, has presented a strong claim for the title by defeating Bayern in the best way.

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Rodrigo Cascante scored the first goal of the match at City’s home ground in the 27th minute. After this, no goal was seen in the match for a long time. 25 minutes into the second half, City were 2–0 ahead when Bernardo Silva scored in the 70th minute.

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Erling Haaland then put City ahead 3–0 in the 76th minute and the score was decisive. City now have a massive 3-goal lead over Bayern ahead of the second leg. The second leg match will be played between the two teams on 19 April.

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New record of Haaland

The goal against Bayern was the 45th goal scored by Haaland in any competition this season. No player who played in the Premier League before him had scored so many goals in a single season. Haaland broke the records of Manchester United’s Ruud van Nistelrooy and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah. A few days ago, Haaland became the third player to touch the 30-goal mark in his debut season in the English Premier League, and now the 22-year-old is surprising everyone with his play in the Champions League.

Italian club Inter Milan beat Portuguese club Benfica 2-0 in the second quarter-final match of the Champions League. In the first leg, goals from Niccolò Barella and Romelu Lukaku gave the Italian club victory. The second leg encounter between the two teams will take place on April 19.

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