Real Madrid vs Manchester City Live Stream UEFA Champions Legaue

Real Madrid vs Manchester City Live Stream UEFA Champions Legaue

Real Madrid vs Manchester City LIVE

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The experienced right-back has been sidelined since he suffered an ankle injury in a goalless round of 16 draw with Atlético last month, missing each of the last five matches in all competitions.

But Walker could now play a role in the decisive second leg against Real at the Bernabéu, having resumed training on Tuesday. Coach Pep Guardiola says that tomorrow he will make a late decision about his fitness.

“Kyle trained today and he will travel,” Guardiola said. “Tomorrow we will decide: he has not trained for three weeks, but we are happy that he is back. We will decide tomorrow."

City's full-back options suddenly look much healthier, with Joao Cancelo also back in the mix after being suspended for the seven-goal derby at the Etihad last week for receiving his third booking of the competition against Atletico.

However, Guardiola is still without John Stones, who returned from injury in a surprise right-back role against Real Madrid before limping off in the first half and remaining sidelined for the 4-0 win over Leeds in the Premier League on Saturday at Elland Road.

Meanwhile, his defensive colleague Nathan Ake appears to have shaken off a blow.

Manchester City predicted the XI (4-3-3): Ederson; Cancelo, Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko; Rodri, De Bruyne, Silva; Jesus, Foden, Mahrez.

Wednesday 8 p.m. m. BST, BT sport

Venue: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid

Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA)

Man City squad of: Ederson, Steffen, Carson, Walker, Dias, Ake, Zinchenko, Laporte, Cancelo, Egan-Riley, Mbete, Gundogan, Grealish, Rodri, De Bruyne, Silva, Fernandinho, Mahrez, Foden, Palmer, McAtee , Lavia, Sterling, Jesus .

Stroll around the Bernabéu as Manchester City and Real Madrid serve up the Champions League classic

Pep Guardiola's team scored four, and it is no exaggeration to say that they could and should have doubled that number.

Real Madrid, meanwhile, largely seized on their chances to stay away when humiliation sometimes felt inevitable, but they can still regret David Alaba's shot wide from close range in the first half.

A 4-3 scoreline means this semi-final is deliciously set up for the second leg and next week can't come soon enough.

If both sides approach it the same way, then another goalfest is on the way at the Bernabéu, but it's hard to imagine either manager being content to play with such abandon in Madrid.

On Real's part, it seemed there was nothing they could do to stop City in full swing, particularly in the opening periods of each half.

Guardiola, however, will know that his team was guilty of creating many of his own problems, failing to kill opponents when he was in full control, and repeatedly handing them life preservers.

Aymeric Laporte's handball in the box late on means City head to Spain with the slimmest lead, with the irrepressible Karim Benzema converting a Panenka penalty in the 82nd minute to complete the night's scoring.

The French veteran continues to find new levels and as long as he is at this Real Madrid side, alongside Luka Modric, no amount of adversity is enough to see them fall apart.

The Spanish giants seemed to have reached their match as City started at breakneck speed, building a 2-0 lead in 11 minutes and threatening to kill the tie before the half-hour mark.

Kevin de Bruyne ducked to head his team in front after two minutes, with Real still not coming out of their own half.

He then became a provider, playing into Gabriel Jesus in the box, who easily spun Alaba and swept the goal from close range.

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