In the second half of the match, the Citizens made a comeback with two remarkable goals from Phil Foden and Josko Gvardiol, both scored from outside the box. Another goal was netted by Federico Valverde with an impressive volley, resulting in an equal score.

Despite not being a goalscorer, Toni Kroos’ performance in midfield left an impression on Guardiola, who praised Kroos for his control and influence on the game. Guardiola’s comment on Toni Kroos, as reported by *Get Football News Spain*, highlighted the German’s unique ability to dictate the flow of the match for Real Madrid.

According to *FotMob*, Kroos showcased his proficiency by completing 53 out of 55 passes attempted, resulting in the highest accuracy of passes (96%) for a player who played 45 minutes or more on Tuesday.

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