Hello and welcome to our LIVE text commentary of Manchester City's crucial Champions League quarter-final second leg with Paris Saint-Germain from the Etihad. It's advantage City after last week's 2-2 draw in Paris, but don't rule out the Parisiens just yet. They've already tasted success this side of the channel this season - a 2-1 win at Chelsea in the last round - and with City's rearguard more than vulnerable, this could go either way. I'm Pete Hall (@PeteHall86), and I will be bringing you the action, as it happens, live!
Champions League / Quarter-final
Etihad Stadium / 12.04.2016
City keep the Premier League flag flying high, but it wasn't overly convincing. Sergio Aguero's missed penalty went unpunished as PSG offered very little as an attacking threat. Kevin De Bruyne produced the only real moment of quality in the game to win the match on the night, and it was a goal worthy of winning any game. Once again, the Parisiens have failed to produce on the big stage. Full report and reaction to follow on site. Thanks for joining us. Goodbye.
FT: Manchester City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2).
Pellegrini running the clock down with another change, with Kelechi Iheanacho coming on for Aguero.
Panicky header from Fernando goes unpunished as City need several attempts to get the ball clear, eventually doing so.
Three minutes of added time here. Surely not enough time for the Parisiens to get back into this.
Hart is out quickly to gather. PSG's hopes are slipping away with little more than a whimper here.
Silva is the next player to be replaced. Looks to be limping a tad. Fabian Delph comes on in the Spaniard's place.
NO GOAL! Ibrahimovic sticks home Maxwell's cross, but is denied by the linesman's flag. Was well off. Has to do better to stay level there.
Yaya Toure replaces De Bruyne, who gets a standing ovation from all around the ground.
Great break from City. Navas carries it down the right, tries to square the ball for Aguero, but Marquinhos just cuts it out.
City pressing for another, but they cannot find a final pass either. PSG have to gamble.
In and around the box, PSG have been so, so wasteful. They cannot find there man when it matters.
SAVE! Hart keeps City in front. The England 'keeper is out like lightening to close the angle and smother Cavani's chip at goal.
Absolutely fantastic from the Belgian. Nobody seemed to want to pull the trigger, so De Bruyne took it upon himself to do it alone, and after a lively dummy, he curls the ball through several bodies on the edge of the box, past Trapp and into the net.
GOAL! Manchester City 1-0 PSG. The best player on the pitch by far, De Bruyne engineers the space for a shot for himself and breaks the deadlock to send the Etihad into raptures.
Aguero does well to drive into the box, pulls the ball back to the edge of the box, but there is nobody there.
City keeping the ball and running down the clock. Someone has to take a risk for the visitors, and that will open the game up.
A distinct lack of quality on show, still. PSG are pressing, but they are yet to create a clear-cut opportunity.
Late, late tackle from Fernandinho earns him a caution. Looked worse than it was.