A strike each from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus was enough to send Manchester City into the Champions League quarter-finals as a 2-1 defeat of Real Madrid on Friday sealed a 4-2 aggregate win. Leading 2-1 from the first leg of their last-16 tie in February, City hit the front early on at the Etihad Stadium when Raphael Varane gift-wrapped Raheem Sterling his 100th goal for the club. Karim Benzema’s fine header restored parity in the 28th minute, only for Varane to again cost Madrid midway through the second half. This round of 16 UCL second leg tie was the Frenchman’s worst outing in the recent times.
Source: beIN SPORT