Real Madrid and Man City draw 1-1 in the first leg, with wonder strikes from Kevin De Bruyne and Vinicius Jr.
In a match of two miraculous goals, Kevin De Bruyne blasted home a rasping low drive from a distance to win Manchester City a 1-1 draw at Real Madrid and keep their Champions League semi-final in a tight race after the first leg.
Early on, City had the upper hand, but Real eventually took the lead when Vinicius Jr. scored with his team’s first effort on goal in the 36th minute, a beautiful strike from the edge of the box that soared like an exocet into the top-right corner.
In the second half, the home team regained control and gained an advantage, but City scored next after winning the ball high up the field and passing it to De Bruyne, who fired a shot to the right of the goalie.
The result leaves the tie in doubt going into the second leg on Wednesday in Manchester, when both clubs will be confident of winning.