Tuesday night’s matchup between City and Real Madrid marks our return to Champions League competition.
The opening leg of our Champions League semifinal matchup against the defending champions will definitely be thrilling as Pep Guardiola and his 21-man team go to the Bernabeu.
With the Premier League title under their belts, a spot in the FA Cup final, and this tie with Madrid thanks to knockout round wins over RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich, City travels to Spain in fine form.
Naturally, the last time we played Los Blancos, they advanced in injury time in the Champions League last year, scoring three goals in five minutes to enable them win the match 6-5 on aggregate.
But before the decisive second leg at the Etihad on Wednesday, Pep Guardiola will look to defeat Carlo Ancelotti this time in the Bernabeu match.