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Man City Reach Champions League Final After Dumping Out PSG



Manchester City reached the Champions League final for the first time on Tuesday after dumping out PSG, winning 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium.

City had won the first leg 2-1 in Paris. City now won on 4-1 aggregate.

The Manchester side showed great intent to win the second leg when Riyad Mahrez opened scoring for the home side on 11 minutes.

Mahrez pounced on a loose ball inside the box and beats the goalkeeper with a low shot into the middle of the net.

City double their lead on 63 minutes through Mahrez who got his brace.

Phil Foden found himself with the ball at his feet in space after a lightning counter attack.

He looked and up-slided the ball to Riyad Mahrez City), who coolly slotted the ball past the keeper from close in.

Things got worse for PSG when Angel Di Maria was issued on red card on 69 minutes for a brutal tackle.

City will now meet the winner between Chelsea and Read Madrid on Wednesday.

The first leg was 1-1 in Spain, giving Chelsea an advantage to win the second leg.

If Chelsea win on Wednesday, the final will be an all English final.

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Alisson Last-Minute Header Keeps Liverpool Champions League Hopes Alive



Liverpool keeper Alisson scored a last-gasp goal to keep his side’s Champions League hopes alive.

Liverpool were drawing 1-1 with West Brom when they won a corner with just minutes left on the clock.

Alisson went forward for the set-piece and joined the Liverpool strikers in the box.

The Brazilian then leaped the highest and headed home to secure the three points for Liverpool.

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Liverpool, Barcelona Target Sevilla Prospect, Alfonso Pastor



Liverpool are watching Sevilla prospect Alfonso Pastor.

The young goalkeeper is in contract talks with Sevilla, with Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid all watching developments, says AS.

With his deal to expire at the end of next month, Pastor is fielding interest from major clubs at home and abroad.

Sevilla management are desperate not to lose the 20 year-old, who they see as a future long-term No1.

Pastor made his Champions League debut this season against Chelsea.

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Europa League Final Goalkeeper A Difficult Call – Man Utd Boss, Solskjaer



Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says nothing is decided over their Europa League final goalkeeper.

Both goalkeepers have started four of United’s eight knockout fixtures in the Europa League, but Dean Henderson has emerged as No. 1 in the Premier League recently, with David De Gea relegated to Cup duty.

“I think there’s loads of difficult calls to make, the whole squad has contributed so much,” said Solskjaer ahead of their final against Villarreal.

“It’s probably a different scenario with the keepers than it’s normally been because they’ve shared I don’t know how many games, close to 60 and both of them are in and around the 30 mark and both have done really well so it will be a difficult call of course. But I will have to make two or three other difficult calls as well.”

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