Tre Motrat Epizodi 45 e Enjete Pjesa 1
City, who have never won European football’s biggest competition, will play Inter Milan in the final in Istanbul on 10 June.heir unbeaten run at home in Europe now stands at 26 games, stretching back to September 2018.Forward Jack Grealish told BT Sport: “I don’t think a lot of teams would do that to Real Madrid, but when we are all together, and especially playing here, we feel unstoppable.
“I don’t know what it is, whether it is our fans or the pitch, we just feel unstoppable. Even in the league we feel no-one can beat us. It is unbelievable.”
Pep Guardiola celebrates with his players after Manchester City beat Real Madrid
Manchester City are into the Champions League final for the second time, after they lost to Chelsea in 2021
‘Pep text me and said Man City would win’
City were utterly dominant from the first minute against Real and only two superb saves by Thibaut Courtois to deny Erling Haaland prevented them from taking the lead earlier than when Bernardo Silva struck in the 23rd minute.
From then on, it felt only a question of how much City would win by and Silva made it 2-0 in the 37th minute before second-half strikes by Manuel Akanji and Julian Alvarez wrapped up an emphatic win.BT Sport pundit and former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand said: “Pep text me, ‘Believe me, we beat them two years ago; we will beat them again’. That was two or three hours before the game. That is pure confidence.
It was like they were stamping on their throat, positioning where they wanted them and then bang, goal.That man is an absolute genius. They have destroyed, battered, pulverised a giant of European football and have done it at a canter, with ease, with loads in the tank, without even sweating.”
Former Blackburn and Chelsea striker Chris Sutton told BBC Radio 5 Live: “They displayed real composure, authority and control.The Champions League is the one Pep Guardiola and Manchester City want. If they perform anywhere like this in the final, you can only see one winner.”
Is the Treble onCity could win two trophies before the Champions League final.A win at home to Chelsea on Sunday will seal the Premier League title, and they face United – the only Premier League side to win the Treble – in the FA Cup final at Wembley on 3 June.
Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen told BT Sport: “Everybody is playing at the top level. They have a manager who is a genius. I cannot see anything else than them winning all three trophies.”Ex-Newcastle and City goalkeeper Shay Given said: “The Treble is getting ever closer. This was the biggest hurdle to get over.
England’s Kate Cross says the tropical disease she is fighting has left her feeling “drastically low”.The 31-year-old seam bowler is on her ninth round of antibiotics to deal with a parasite and is facing a race to be fit for this summer’s Ashes series, which begins on 22 June. have had a really bad week,” Cross told the No Balls podcast.I thought I was over this illness and it’s come back with a vengeance. It’s my seventh relapse now.”
Cross, who has played just three matches for her domestic side Thunder this season, used the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week to detail the mental toll the illness has had.The lows have been drastically low,” said Cross. “When you are playing sport and you are pulled out because of injury, you understand, but because it’s illness based, and every day is different, I’m struggling with that.
It’s the most resistant thing the doctors have come across. I’m currently watching a taxi driver from London on their way with some more medication for me and hopefully this is the final one.I have found it difficult because I thought the end was in sight nine times now
Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Pascal Gross speaking to Sky Sports: “[Our form] got us where we are. We concentrate on our performance and go game by game.I think it’s important to keep the momentum but every game is different and difficult in the Premier League. It’s another big challenge for us tonight but we are here to win the game.Every game is different and difficult, as I said before. Newcastle are a good side but so are we and I hope we can play a good game today