‘De facto final’ R. Madrid-Man City, UCL semifinal first leg 1-1 draw

The UEFA Champions League (UCL) semi-final first leg between the “defending champion” Real Madrid (Spain) and England’s strongest Manchester City (England), called the de facto final, is a match It was finished unnoticed.

Real Madrid drew 1-1 in the home game against Man City in the first leg of the 2022-23 UCL semifinal held at the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain on the 10th (Korean time).

Real took the lead 1-0 with Vinicius Jr.’s opening goal in the 36th minute of the first half, but Kevin De Bruyne equalized in the 22nd minute of the second half and drew.

The two teams will decide who will advance to the final according to the results of the second leg held in Manchester on the 18th.

Real and Man City are카지노사이트 facing each other for the second year in a row following last year’s UCL semifinals. Last year, Man City won 4-3 in the first leg after a slugfest, but Real won 3-1 in the second leg, beating Manchester City 6-5 in total in the first and second leg to advance to the final.

Real Madrid defeated Liverpool (England) in the UCL in the 2021-22 season and lifted the 14th trophy in its career.

In the 36th minute of the first half, Vinicius scored the first goal for Real Madrid, which was slightly behind Man City.

Vinicius shook the net with a powerful right-footed shot from the front of the penalty box following a pass given by Eduardo Camavinga.

Man City, who fell behind in the first half, drove strongly in the early part of the second half. Man City had a good chance in the 7th minute of the second half when Debra Winner, who received a forward pass from Bernardo Silva, broke through into the penalty box, but was declared offside.

Man City eventually equalized in the 22nd minute of the second half with De Bruyne.

After receiving a pass from Ilkay Gundogan, Debrawiner’s shot from the front of the box cut through the net in the left corner, making the score 1-1. Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti was cautioned after protesting strongly that the ball was out during the opposition build-up before scoring.

The home team, Real Madrid, launched an all-out attack to take the lead, but Man City goalkeeper Ederson saved it.

Karim Benzema’s header in the 33rd minute and Orillien Chuameni’s mid-range shot in the 45th minute neither broke Ederson’s super save.

Man City made it clear that it would prepare for the second game in the home without replacing all 11 starting players. However, Elling Holland, who had high expectations, was blocked by the opponent’s defense that day and was silent.

Meanwhile, the other semi-final will be played between Inter Milan and AC Milan (above Italy), and the first leg of the match between Italian teams will be held in Milan on the 11th.

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