Manchester City are into their second UEFA Champions League final in three years after beating holders Real Madrid 5-1 on aggregate following a brilliant 4-0 win at Etihad Stadium, to set up a meeting with Inter Milan in Istanbul.
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Pep Guardiola’s side continued to dominate and had their second 14 minutes later, Silva again the scorer, this time heading beyond Thibaut Courtois.
Inter confirmed their place in the final by defeating AC Milan 1-0 for a 3-0 aggregate win in Tuesday’s semi-final.
The final on 10 June will be Man City’s first at this stage of the competition since 2020/21, when they lost 1-0 to Chelsea.
Man City’s victory has also boosted their hopes of winning the treble.
They are one win away from their seventh Premier League title, which they could claim at home to Chelsea on Sunday, while they face Manchester United in the FA Cup final on 3 June.