For the final point in a breathtaking match in Manchester, that deserved no loser, resulted in a decision by the Video referee in the 93rd. Minute. This but did not know the alleged goal from Raheem Sterling to the 5:3 because of an offside position, bringing the dream of Manchester City , and Pep Guardiola out of four possible titles to burst in this season.
So it was not sterling's goal, but the goal just before the break from substitute Fernando Llorente in the 73. Minute, provided for by the decision in this spectacular duel of two of England's Top Teams, on Saturday in the championship in the Premier League. The Spaniard drew a Corner with the hip to the 3:4 into the goal, bringing the score secured thanks to the away goal rule, the first to enter the semi-finals, where they meet Ajax Amsterdam.
race, class, and voltage
Already the first 20 minutes, everything included, which can provide soccer : race, class, voltage, horrendes pace and five, some glorious goals scored. 3:2, the home team was after the spectacular slugfest with changing leadership in the Front; Sterling and Heung-Min Son had ever met twice. Once again, the South Koreans had shone in the absence of Tottenham's Captain Harry Kane. In the first leg Son had scored the winning goal, and now he was with his Doublette (7./10.) for the Spurs remained in the game.
While just a quarter of an hour, Manchester City have had the advantages in his hands, after Sergio Agüero in the 59. Minute, the had score 4:2. The Assist for the sixth goal of the Argentinian in the current campaign, Kevin de Bruyne had done that already in the 1:0 and 3:2 magistral prepared. In the first leg, Pep Guardiola had dispensed with 89 minutes on the Belgians.
Manchester City Tottenham Hotspur 4:3 (3:2)
50'000 spectators. - SR Cakir (TUR).
goals: 4. Sterling 1:0. 7. Son 1:1. 10. Son 1:2. 11. Bernardo Silva 2:2. 21. Sterling 3:2. 59. Agüero 4:2. 73. Llorente 4:3.
Manchester City: Ederson; Walker, Kompany, Laporte, Mendy (84. Sané); De Bruyne, Gündogan, David Silva (63. Fernandinho); Bernardo Silva, Aguero, Sterling. Tottenham Hotspur Lloris; Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose (90. Sanchez); Sissoko (41. Llorente), Wanyama; Alli, Eriksen, Lucas Moura (82. Davies); Son.
comment: Tottenham without Aurier, Dier, Kane and Winks (all injured). 93. Goal by Sterling because of Offside disallowed. Cautions: 41. Sissoko (Foul). 48. Son (Foul/in the semi-final first leg locked). 54. Rose (Foul). 77. Wanyama (Foul). (dho/sda)
Created: 18.04.2019 00:00