Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology 2

Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology 2

Defeated 3-4 in the second leg, and drew 4-4 after two matches, but Tottenham advanced according to the opponent's field goal rule.

Goals: Sterling 4′, 21′, Bernardo Silva 11′, Aguero 59′ – Son Heung-min 7′, 10′, Llorente 73′

The 0-1 defeat in the first leg at Tottenham forced Man City to choose a quick start and direct attack.

Sterling helped Man City get off to a good start.

The gap after two matches was leveled, but that was only the beginning of the most dramatic match in Champions League history.

In the 7th minute, midfielder Aymeric¬†Laporte failed to clear the ball out of range, accidentally making a pass for Son Heung-min right in front of Man City’s penalty area.

Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology

Son Heung-min proved world class with a delicate finish to increase the score to 2-1.

But then, Tottenham’s advantage disappeared as quickly as they created it.

For the remainder of the first half, the tempo decreased somewhat.

But things cannot go well for Man City, when the defense does not know how to fulfill its duty.

Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology

Llorente’s hip-scored goal helped Tottenham progress.

Putting all their effort into the attack, Man City seemed to be rewarded with Sterling’s dribble and finish in the penalty area in the fourth minute of injury time.

But Pep Guardiola and his students had to accept the verdict, giving the ticket to Tottenham Рthe team that will face Ajax in the semi-finals.

Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology

Tottenham players silently watched Man City celebrate…

Tottenham eliminated Man City in the quarterfinals thanks to VAR technology

… but VAR’s announcement later caused sadness to bounce back on Guardiola and his students.

This is the second consecutive time Man City has been eliminated in the quarterfinals by a fellow team.

Squad

Manchester City (4-3-3): Ederson, Walker, Kompany, Laporte, Mendy (Sane 83′), De Bruyne, Gundogan, Silva (Fernandinho 63′), Sterling, Aguero, Bernardo Silva

Tottenham (4-1-2-1-2): Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose (Sanchez 90′), Sissoko (Llorente 41′), Wanyama, Alli, Eriksen, Lucas Moura, Son

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