The match between Manchester City and Real Madrid CF at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England ended with Real Madrid winning the penalty shootout. Manchester City made three changes from their previous match in Spain, while Real Madrid kept the same side from the first leg, apart from one change.

Rodrygo scored for Real Madrid but Manchester City retaliated and De Bruyne leveled the score, leading the match to extra time and eventually to the penalty shootout, which Real Madrid won 4-3. As a result of the victory, Real Madrid will meet Bayern Munich in the semi-finals.

The same attack of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, and Kai Havertz was maintained by the Gunners from the first-leg draw, with one change in the lineup. Bayern, on the other hand, made two changes in their lineup and eventually broke the deadlock with a header from Joshua Kimmich.

The match was closely contested in the first half, but Bayern’s increased tempo in the second half resulted in them taking the lead and winning the match 3-2 on aggregate.

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