Manchester City came back from a goal down to defeat Real Madrid 1 – 2 at the Santiago Bernabeu as Sergio Ramos got sent off in a disappointing match for the Madrid based side.
Kelvin De Bruyne’s master piece was the deciding factor as Manchester City are favorite to advance to the next stage.
Real Madrid went ahead in the 60th minute after they punished city for some defensive mistake at the back.
Modric dispossessed Gundogan in the midfield, quickly released a pass to Vinicius which should be cleared by Walker but he allows the Brazilian to find free Isco in the box, Isco made no mistake as he beats Ederson brilliantly.
The Substitution of Sterling for Bernardo Silva totally changed the game as city got their equalizer in the 78th minute. De Bruyne swings in a cross for Gabriel Jesus who headed it in to be Courtois for the first time in the game.
Manchester City went on to get their second goal this time from the spot. Raheem Sterling was brought down by Cavajal in the box and De Bruyne stepped up to covert the resultant penalty in the 83rd minute.
Real Madrid were reduced to ten men in the 86th minute as Sergio Ramos was sent off for fouling Jesus who was through on goal.
Ramos being the last man brought down Jesus and the referee was forced to give him his marching orders.-UEFA