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Manchester City SCRAPE past Atletico Madrid into Champions League semi-finals after a chaotic end at Wanda Metropolitano saw a mass brawl, 12 minutes added on and last-gasp Ederson save

It ended horribly. Police charging down the tunnel to break up fighting players, a hapless German official throwing cards at chaos in a desperate attempt to regain order. And Manchester City hobbling towards their FA Cup semi-final with Liverpool. Kyle Walker looks to be out, probably Kevin De Bruyne too, judging by the ice on his legs. If Phil Foden says he is fit to play he should politely be told to give it a rest.
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Man City hold off Atletico Madrid to reach Champions League semifinals

Manchester City secured their place in the Champions League semifinals for the second consecutive season after a fiery goalless draw with Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday saw them progress 1-0 on aggregate. Kevin de Bruyne's goal at the Etihad last week proved to be decisive against an...
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Ex-Man City man Stefan Savic sparks DISGRACEFUL scenes at the end of Atletico Madrid's defeat by Pep's side… with defender dragging Foden, HEADBUTTING Sterling, pulling Grealish's hair - then chasing £100m man to start tunnel BRAWL

Manchester City's progression to the Champions League semi-finals was marred by disgraceful scenes and police storming Atletico Madrid's tunnel. Wednesday night's second leg at the Wanda Metropolitano descended into anarchy as former City defender Stefan Savic followed Jack Grealish inside the tunnel and attacked the substitute after the full-time whistle.
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Wednesday Champions League predictions, odds: Can Atletico Madrid catch Manchester City? Will Liverpool coast?

The Champions League quarterfinals wrap up this week with the second legs of all four matchups taking place across Tuesday and Wednesday, all of which you can watch on Paramount+. Tuesday's slate saw Real Madrid finish off Chelsea in dramatic fashion and Villarreal shock Bayern Munich. On Wednesday, Manchester City head to Atletico Madrid and Liverpool host Benfica.
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European roundup: Atlético Madrid defeat hits Champions League buildup

Atlético Madrid suffered a shock 1-0 loss at lowly Mallorca to end their six-game winning streak in La Liga as they prepared for their Champions League quarter‑final second leg against Manchester City. Diego Simeone rested several players before Wednesday’s home leg against City and Atlético struggled to find...
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Atletico Madrid's Champions League progress shows Simeone & Co. have rediscovered their identity

Ralf Rangnick wasn't happy, and nor were the fans throwing bottles at Diego Simeone as he sprinted up the touchline, dodged missiles and ducked into the tunnel in the corner of Old Trafford. At the end of Manchester United's Champions League elimination on Tuesday night, their manager complained about Atletico Madrid's "time-wasting antics," grumbling: "I don't know if the game as played more than two minutes without being interrupted with someone lying on the floor."
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MARTIN SAMUEL: Unlike Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, Sir Alex Ferguson would NEVER have moaned about Diego Simeone's tactics... he'd just beat Atletico Madrid and show there is a better way instead

Sir Alex Ferguson never had a problem with Wimbledon. Others did. In the days of Dave Bassett and his like-minded successors, there were plenty who moaned about their long ball, anti-football. Ferguson took a different view. He recognised that Wimbledon had good players, and admired their resilience and underdog defiance....
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