Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City, set a historic record in the Champions League at the expense of his colleague from Real Madrid.
A few minutes ago, the whistle blew at the end of Manchester City’s match against Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final, when City won 4-0.
It is worth noting that the first round match between Real Madrid and City, which took place at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, ended in a positive draw with a goal for each team.
Thanks to this, City were able to reach the Champions League final, where on June 10 they will meet their Italian counterpart, Inter Milan.
Guardiola Sets Historic Record With Real Madrid In The Champions League
The City manager became the first manager in history to knock Real Madrid out of the Champions League in three different seasons.
He also became the fastest manager to reach 100 Champions League victories.
Pep hopes to win the Champions League for the first time with an English club.