Manchester City took a slim lead in their Champions League quarter-final first leg against Borussia Dortmund at Etihad Stadium thanks to a last-gasp goal from Phil Foden.
Kevin de Bruyne, who had put City ahead after 19 minutes with a crisp finish, was involved again in the final minute of normal time when his fine cross was touched back by Ilkay Gundogan for Foden to stroke the ball past Marwin Hitz.
Bellingham beat Ederson to a throughball, but the referee blew for a foul against Borussia Dortmund with the England star running into an empty net – not even allowing VAR to intervene, which would have almost certainly awarded a goal.
City, who had a penalty award overturned by VAR in the first half, showed impressive character and resolve to respond to the blow of Reus’ goal by scoring the winner, placing them in a commanding position ahead of the return leg in Germany.
Source: BBC Sport