Wolfsburg feast on Real Madrid Man City draw in ParisComments
Unfancied Wolfsburg welcomed Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.
The men from the city of the Volkswagen felt like Lamborghinis when Ricardo Rodriguez popped in a penalty on 18 minutes.
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In the first half the Wolfsburg engine purred and on 25 minutes an unmarked Max Arnold made it two for the hosts.
Real humbled, Wolfsburg have a real chance to progress in the Spanish Capital.
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Wolfsburg 2-0 Real Madrid.
Man City went to Paris and played a blinder, Joe Hart save a penalty from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to set the tone.
City’s Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne put City ahead only to see Paris reply after a grotesque error which allowed Zlatan to equalise.
Adrien Rabiot gave the French champions the lead, but City grabbed a second thanks to Fernandinho.
City take Paris back to Manchester with two away goals .
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Paris St Germain 2-2 Man City 2