'Treble ki tayyari karo City walo' - Fans react as Manchester City thrash Real Madrid 4-0 in Champions League semifinal second leg

Manchester City qualified for the UCL final against Inter Milan in Istanbul following their 4-0 win over Real Madrid. Here's more.

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Manchester City thrashed Real Madrid with an outstanding performance on Wednesday night, securing their place in the Champions League final and bringing them one step closer to the famous triple. After defeating Inter Milan 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium thanks to goals from Julian Alvarez, an own goal by Eder Militao, and a brace from Bernardo Silva, City will go to Istanbul next month to attempt to win their first European Cup.


"I'm very good with my head, I'm small, but I'm very good with my head," said Bernardo Silva. He told BT Sport: "It is a beautiful night for us; we knew it would be tough, but to win 4-0 is wonderful. Great to be in the final again; hopefully, this time, we can try and win it. we were very resilient, passionate and organised." On his goals, he added: "My performance in Madrid wasn't what I wanted, and I wanted to compensate that."

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola makes Treble admission

As his team got within three games of the illustrious feat, Pep Guardiola remarked that his players could picture themselves taking home the Treble. "We're closer. Let me win the first two! " the City boss said. "In the Premier League, we are close; we need one more game. And I would say when we play against our neighbours and in the final of the Champions League against an Italian team, be calm. The season is really good already with what we have done.


"Now we have to lift the trophies, but we've had so much joy and fun with our people this season. We made our fans happy all around the world. They saw a good team playing. This is the biggest compliment. But we are going to try.

"Of course, we are there. The players can think about it and visualise it. It's normal. We are three games away, one in each competition. We can do it. But for me, it is more important after many years that we are there."

Here's how fans reacted: