Manchester City FC vs. FC Bayern Munich (11.04.2023)
Manchester City defeated Bayern Munich in the first quarterfinal of the Champions League with a score of 3:0. The trio of players Rodri, Bernardo Silva, and Erling Haaland were the ones who decided this triumph.
Match was played cautiously at the beginning, and the opening goal came in the 27th minute. Manchester City midfielder Rodri fired an unstoppable shot into the top corner of the net to open the score of the match. Bayern only conceded their third goal in the ninth Champions League match of this season. Bayern had previously received two goals from Plzen last October.
In the 70th minute, the home team hit the net again. Haaland accurately centered the ball for Bernardo Silva to head into the goal, who had previously assisted for Rodri's goal. The team led by coach Pep Guardiola, created a lot of pressure and after six minutes Haaland increased the score to 3:0 With this goal. He confirmed his position as competition's top scorer with eleven goals. Haaland had already scored a total of 45 goals in 39 matches this season. Manchester City secured a very good chance of advancing to the semifinals.
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Manchester City FC
Among the club nicknames are names like Citizens, Sky Blues or simply City. The club colours are sky blue and white. The home stadium is the City of Manchester Stadium, currently known as the Etihad Stadium for sponsorship reasons. The stadium is multi-purpose with a variable capacity depending on the event being held there. It can hold 55,097 people during a football match.
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FC Bayern Munich
Germany's most successful club has nicknames such as FCB, Die Roten, Stern des Südens and FC Hollywood. The team colours are red and white, while the Bavarian flag motif also appears in the emblem. The club plays its home games in the Allianz Arena. It holds 75,000 people for league matches and 5,000 less for international matches. It is the second largest football stadium in Germany. It is a modern hall from 2005, and since then Bayern Munich have also played their matches here.
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