Manchester City has qualified for the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League.
The progress of the club followed their 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich in their quarter-final second-leg tie at Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
Erling Haaland secured the goal to ensure a 4-1 aggregate feat for Man City.
Haaland missed a penalty on 37 minutes, firing wide, but the Norwegian was on hand to smash in Kevin de Bruyne’s pass to give Man City the lead on 57 minutes.
With the aggregate victory, the English club are in the semi-finals for a third consecutive season and will be meeting Real Madrid in a repeat of last season’s tie at the same stage.