A fantastic performance from Manchester City saw them defeat Real Madrid 4-0 (5-1 aggregate) in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final clash, sending the defending Champions packing from the competition.
Carlo Ancelotti’s record-breaking 14 times champions league winning side was chasing a record-extending 15th UCL title, but a shockingly underwhelming display saw them crumble to Pep Guardiola’s masterclass.
Having lost two semi-finals to Madrid, City really did learn from their mistakes and they left no room for upsets.
Still in search of its first-ever champions league title, City will trade tackles with Inter Milan, who knocked out arch-rivals, AC Milan, in the final in Istanbul on June 10.
With City topping the EPL (and just a win away from winning it), and gearing up to take on rivals, United, in an FA Cup, the UCL final, Pep is well on his way to guiding City to a treble.