After putting on an outstanding display against Real Madrid on Wednesday, Manchester City now has the chance to win its first-ever Champions League trophy.
In a semifinal that represented the changing of the guard in European football, City destroyed the 14-time champion,
winning 4-0 to earn a 5-1 victory overall and a spot in the championship game against Inter Milan on June 10 in Istanbul.
However, Real's wretched evening was completed off by Julián lvarez's late goal and a header from Manuel Akanji in the second half.
Éder Milito's own goal was initially given credit for City's third goal by UEFA because Akanji's shot struck him on the way to the net.
As a result of the victory, Pep Guardiola's team is still on track to complete a historic Treble, matching bitter rival Manchester United's feat of winning the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Champions League in 1998–99.