Manchester City beat PSG to reach first-ever Champions League final

Parth Dhall
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Manchester City beat PSG to reach first-ever Champions League final
Manchester City beat PSG to reach first-ever Champions League final

05 May 2021: Manchester City beat PSG to reach first-ever Champions League final

A brace by Riyad Mahrez helped Manchester City beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final at the Etihad Stadium.

Winning 4-1 on aggregate, City have reached their first-ever Champions League final.

City came into this clash with an advantage, having staged a dramatic victory (2-1) in the first leg.

Here are the records broken.

City: Feats attained by Manchester City

City have won their last seven Champions League matches, the longest-ever winning-run by an English team in the tournament's history.

They have become the first English side to win 11 games in a single Champions League campaign.

City are the ninth different English team to reach the Champions League final, three more than any other nation (Germany and Italy - 6 sides).

Fact: Phil Foden scripts this record

Phil Foden is the sixth different Premier League player to record double figures for both goals (14) and assists (10) in all competitions this season. He is the only player from Manchester City to do so this time.