On Wednesday, 4th March 2022, Real Madrid beat Manchester City in extra time to book Champions League final date with Liverpool.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti survived another breathtaking European night at the Bernabeu as his team unimaginably saw off Manchester City 3-1, (6-5 on aggregate) to book a Champions League final date with Liverpool.
The Los Blancos have played entertaining knockout matches this season – first knocking out PSG in the knockout phase in a thrilling night at the Bernabeu, before doing it on an even higher level against Chelsea.
A Riyad Mahrez goal with 20 minutes to go put Pep Guardiola’s side in command, but two late goals in a space of two minutes from Rodrygo forced the match into extra time, where Karim Benzema scored from the spot to send his side to Paris.
Real Madrid will now play Champions League final with Liverpool on Saturday, 28 March, 2022.