- 2nd Half
- De BruyneJesus82'
- De Bruyne74'
- Di María69'
- 1st Half
Manchester City - Paris Saint-Germain
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- End of 2nd Half
FT: Man City 2-0 PSG. Mahrez scores twice as City win 4-1 on agg to reach a first ever CL final. PSG were without Mbappe and let their frustration boil over with Di Maria sent off.
Neymar curls it well wide of target. That sums it up for the visitors. City are in the final!
Neymar is still trying to make something happen. He gets tripped 22 yards out. Free kick to PSG slightly right of centre.
Two minutes added.
- Yellow cardDanilo PereiraParis Saint-Germain
Danilo lunges in on Jesus. He goes in the book. This is poor from PSG.
- Yellow cardPresnel KimpembeParis Saint-Germain
Kimpembe booked for a dreadful challenge on Jesus. PSG need this to be over.
- OffPhil FodenManchester City
- OnSergio AgüeroManchester City
CITY CHANGE: Aguero on for Foden.
VIDEO: Mahrez makes it two!
- OffAbdou DialloParis Saint-Germain
- OnMitchel BakkerParis Saint-Germain
PSG CHANGE: Bakker on for Diallo.
- OffBernardo SilvaManchester City
- OnRaheem SterlingManchester City
CITY CHANGE: Sterling on for Bernardo Silva.
- OffKevin De BruyneManchester City
- OnGabriel JesusManchester City
CITY CHANGE: Jesus on for KDB.
Foden has another shot from the edge of the box but his effort on the stretch is well saved by Navas.
OFF THE WOODWORK! Foden almost puts the seal on victory but sees his low strike come back off the far post.
- OffLeandro ParedesParis Saint-Germain
- OnDanilo PereiraParis Saint-Germain
PSG CHANGE: Danilo on.
- OffAlessandro FlorenziParis Saint-Germain
- OnColin DagbaParis Saint-Germain
PSG CHANGE: Dagba on for Florenzi.
- Yellow cardKevin De BruyneManchester City
De Bruyne booked. Emotions are boiling over out there. City just need to stay cool. They are closing in on the final.
Verratti is fortunate not to get a second yellow for hacking down Mahrez.
- Yellow cardOleksandr ZinchenkoManchester City
Zinchenko booked too. Seemed a bit harsh given that he didn't do anything other than stand up for his teammate on the floor.
- Yellow cardMarco VerrattiParis Saint-Germain
Verratti booked for tumbling Foden. PSG could end with less than 10 men unless they can control their frustration.
That is completely stupid from PSG. There chances have just gone from slim to zero.
- Red cardÁngel Di MaríaParis Saint-Germain
RED CARD! Di Maria is shown a straight red for kicking out at Fernandinho. PSG are imploding.
Dias with ANOTHER block. This time he gets in the way of Draxler's effort. What a signing he has been.
Paredes lets fly from distance but it's never going to beat Ederson.
That's a HUGE blow for the visitors. And it looks like Mbappe is not fit enough to have much chance of making a difference.
- GoalRiyad MahrezManchester City
GOAL! Mahrez at the double! The Algerian forward arrives on cue to slam home Foden's low cross after a quite brilliant counter attack. That's 4-1 on agg.
PSG CHANGE: Herrera off, Draxler on.
PSG CHANGE: Kean on for Icardi.
CLOSE! Di Maria's dinked cross drops for Herrera on the edge of the box but his goalbound volley is brilliantly blocked by Dias.
City are enjoying more of the ball now. PSG need to change something to try and unsettle that outstanding City defensive unit.
Kean and Draxler are warming up for Paris. No sign of Mbappe...
Foden has another pop from further out and Navas is there to thwart him once more. PSG counter. Neymar surges into the area. He leaves Dias behind but Zinchenko stays disciplined and makes a vital block to divert the Brazilian's shot behind.
SAVE! Foden is set free by KDB. He takes aim just inside the area but sees his low drive kept out by Navas. The flag then goes up for offside - it wouldn't have counted.
City deal with a succession of PSG corners. There's a very real threat from Marquinhos in the air but the hosts didn't let him get anywhere near the ball then.
It's been the same pattern as in the first half so far. PSG are desperately searching for a way back into this tie.
Di Maria pulls the trigger from 25 yards out but Dias is there to make yet another block.
Mbappe clearly isn't fit but the visitors evidently need him. Is it worth a late gamble?
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! City get us back underway. As it stands they are just 45 minutes from a maiden Champions League final.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Man City 1-0 PSG. The Citizens lead 3-1 on agg.
Mahrez slaloms in from the right and fires in a low drive that Navas blocks at his near post. Bernardo Silva picks up the rebound but his curling effort deflects wide of the far post.
This pretty much sums up PSG's night so far. It's been frustrating for the away side.
Three minutes added. Still a chance for Poch and Co to strike before the interval.
PSG have been desperate to get one of these away goals back before the break. It's looking like they'll have nothing to show for their endeavour.
The away side come again. Stones throws his body in the way of Neymar's shot before Dias follows suit by getting in the way of a devilish delivery from the right. This City defence is once again showing why it has had so many plaudits this season.
Foden mesmerises PSG with some bewitching footwork to drive through the heart of the midfield. City work it into the area but Mahrez is crowded out as he tried to let fly from 12 yards out.
Paris surge at the City defence one more. Kimpembe drills in a low ball from the left but Stones is well placed to repel the danger.
The away side continue to press. Herrera turns into space on the far left of the box but sees his thumping strike fly just over the top.
PSG probe from the left side of the City area to the right. There's no way through. In the end Marquinhos tosses a ball in towards the far post that Ederson comes off his line to easily gather.
STAT: City are unbeaten in all four previous European meetings with PSG (W2 D2). The Citizens won their last home match against the French giants in April 2016 in the second leg of that season's Champions League quarter-final.
De Bruyne jinks at his man, cuts on to his right but flashes well wide from 25 yards out.
That's a brilliant stretch and toed clearance from Florenzi after Foden had flicked an audacious scooped pass towards De Bruyne's dangerous run into the box.
City are enjoying what is arguably their best spell of possession in the match so far. It's much needed too as they look to try and control the game a bit more.
- Yellow cardAnder HerreraParis Saint-Germain
Herrera is cautioned for a big over-reaction after conceding a needless foul.
CLOSE! Bernardo Silva gets caught from Ederson's quick throw. Di Maria robs him and curls inches wide from 22 yards with the keeper nowhere near it.
VIDEO: Mahrez grabs the opener.
OFF THE BAR! Marquinhos sees a header from a left-wing cross clip the crossbar.
Neymar takes the free kick himself but sees his curling shot flick off the wall and fly over.
Neymar wins a free kick for Paris 25 yards out from goal in a central area.
Poch's men look to respond as Diallo overlaps down the left. He slides a low ball into the near post area but the two PSG shirts in the box are nowhere near it. Easy for Ederson.
- GoalRiyad MahrezManchester City
GOAL! Mahrez slots a low shot underneath Navas after De Bruyne's effort from the edge of the box deflected into his path. The opportunity arose after Ederson had sent a long ball down the left for Zinchenko to charge after and cut back for KDB. That's 3-1 to City on agg.
That moment of fear may just have sparked City into a bit of life. It has been all PSG.
Pep breathes a sigh of relief. The referee overturns his initial decision. It was never a hand ball.
PENALTY TO PSG? A cross from the left hits Zinchenko on the shoulder. The referee points to the spot! Zinchenko can't believe it. Time to check VAR.
PSG peg City back inside their own area. Nemyar and Di Maria both have shots from the left side of the box well blocked.
The visitors have looked really sharp in these fledgling moments. There's clearly a belief in that side that they can turn this tie around.
It is strange to see hailstorms spread across the Etihad pitch. From a distance it looks a like an icy December evening rather than early May.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! PSG get this second leg up and running! A reminder that City lead 2-1 on aggregate.
With Mbappe on the bench, a lot of PSG's hopes will rest on the shoulders of a certain Brazilian superstar called Neymar. Is this the night for one of his finest ever displays in a PSG shirt? We are about to find out. Kick off in five!
Can Manchester City end their long wait to reach a maiden Champions League final and their first European final in 51 years? Two former Citizens stars feels they finally have the mentality to do it.
John Stones: “It's a big occasion for us, the players, the club. A chance to get into the final. We've got to go into the game how we left off in the second half. A great result coming away with two away goals. Really confident and excited for the challenge ahead. We've got to be confident in our own ability.”
Marco Verratti: "There is the mentality, the personality, the duels – it takes everything to win the Champions League. We're up against the best players and it will never go the way you want it to. Sometimes all it takes is a little stroke of genius from Neymar or Mbappé to change the game."
FEATURE: Are Kylian Mbappe and Neymar on the brink of going their separate ways if Paris Saint-Germain end the season without the Champions League once more?
Can Pochettino mastermind another famous triumph at the Etihad? Back in April 2019 he saw his Spurs side reach the semi finals of the CL courtesy of the away goals rule (4-4). Eurosport were in the press box to witness a classic 4-3 thriller. Let's hope we are set for a similar night of drama.
Mauricio Pochettino: “We must be ready to suffer and then be clinical and aggressive when we get chances. They have an advantage and we need to take risks, be brave, plan the game knowing City is a team that can manage different ways to play. We need to be clever, believe and show our quality on the pitch. It will be a battle but we will be ready."
Pep Guardiola: “What I think right now is we're going to do an incredible game and we're going to reach the final. If the other ones are better, I congratulate the opponent. But I have the feeling we're going to do well."
We've had a couple of rainy days in Manchester as well as a few hailstones for good measure! The referee has even gone out to check the pitch, but rest assured this mouthwatering encounter is ON!
Manchester City make two changes from the first leg with Olexandr Zinchenko and Fernandinho coming in for Joao Cancelo and Rodri.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - MAN CITY: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Stones, Zinchenko, Fernandinho, Gundogan, Mahrez, Bernardo Silva, Foden, De Bruyne... Subs: Steffen, Carson, Ake, Sterling, Jesus, Aguero, Laporte, Rodri, Torres, Mendy, Cancelo. /// PSG: Navas, Florenzi, Kimpembe, Marquinhos, Diallo, Verratti, Paredes, Herrera, Di Maria, Icardi, Neymar... Subs: Rico, Randriamamy, Kehrer, Mbappe, Rafinha, Danilo, Kean, Sarabia, Kurzawa, Draxler, Bakker, Dagba.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of Man City’s Champions League semi final second leg clash with Paris Saint-German. Pep Guardiola’s men lead 2-1 following a scintillating second-half display in the French capital last week. Kick off 20.00 BST.