Manchester City put up a superb performance in their UCL quarter-finals first-leg tie against Bayern Munich, which was crowned with 3 unreplied goals to give Pep Guardiola’s side the edge.
Rodri has the home side in the lead in the 27th minute.
After the break, Bernardo Silva doubled the deficit with a fabulous header, before on-fire striker, Erling Haaland struck home the third for the night, and his 45th goal of the season, making him the first EPL player to score 45 goals in all competitions in a single season.
City also set a new record as the English team with the longest unbeaten record at home in the Champions League, the haven is gone 25 games at the Etihad without a defeat.
Bayern, under their new coach, Thomas Tuchel, were a toothless bulldog at the Etihad and will be hoping, really hoping that they can turn the fortunes around when they host City in the return leg at the Allianz Arena.
Benfica 0 – 2 Inter Milan
In the other UCL quarter-finals, Inter Milan defeated Benfica 2-0, giving themselves an edge heading into the return leg in Italy.