- Riyad Mahrez scored a goal in either half against PSG to send City to their first Champions League final
- PSG were reduced to ten men in the second half when Angel Di Maria saw red
- City will now take on the winner of Chelsea’s clash against Real Madrid on Wednesday
Riyad Mahrez scored a brace against PSG to send Manchester City to their first ever Champions League final.
City dominated the clash in both halves as the French side struggled to find a way past a spirited line of defense led by Fernandinho in midfield with Reuben Dias and John Stones holding the backline.
Mahrez got the opening goal in the eleventh minute giving City a two-goal cushion on aggregate to add to his heroics in Paris in the first leg.
PSG, without injured Kylian Mbappe, struggled to find a way into the game with Neymar being called upon to rally the visitors.
Mahrez got his second of the night in second-half, finishing off a counter-attacking move, assisted by Phil Foden who enjoyed another impressive display.
PSG were reduced to ten-men minutes later when Angel Di Maria was sent off for a stamp on Fernandinho.
City will now take on the winner of Chelsea’s clash against Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.