Manchester City gave perhaps their best Champions League performance yet with a stunning 2-1 victory over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
It was the first time in history that City beat Real Madrid and it capped a breath-taking performance from a team who took the game to the 13-times Champions League winners from the word go and had to recover from losing Aymeric Laporte to injury in the first-half before going a goal behind on the hour.
The introduction of Raheem Sterling proved the catalyst with the England winger involved in Gabriel Jesus’ 79th-minute equaliser and winning a penalty just four minutes later.
Real Madrid ended the game with 10 men after Sergio Ramos was shown a straight red card later on.
All in all, an unforgettable night in the Spanish capital and perhaps the Champions League night all City fans have been waiting for.
By Man City