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Twitter is going crazy after the 2021-22 Champions League clash between Manchester City and Atletico Madrid took the form of a WWE Royal Rumble competition

Manchester City against Atlético ended 0-0

Manchester City have qualified for the semi-finals and face Real Madrid after ending the game in a goalless draw against Atletico Madrid at the Metropolitano. Atletico Madrid dominated the game throughout the second half but couldn’t even get past Ederson to see them go into extra time. Man City have only one shot on target in ten attempts throughout the game.

The entire second half was the craziest of them all as the referee had a hard time controlling the game as a total of nine cards were shown to both sides. The game got heated towards the end as the Atletico Madrid players were furious at the acting of Phil Foden, a Manchester City player. He was fouled by Felipe, but the foul turned into an MMA game as players from both teams joined in the massacre on the sidelines.

Here are some of the in-game tweets that the world watched in this thunderous game of soccer:

The world expected a very high octane match from the two teams “desperate to win”, giving us a spooky ending to the match. Simeone’s side were looking for that one equalizer to see how they could play another half hour. However, at the end of the game, players from both sides got caught up in a crazy battle sequence that the entire Twitter world went crazy over.

The match had turned into a wrestling ring with players from both sides engaged in the fight as Phil Foden was given a nap by Savic and Felipe. Philip fouled him and deliberately kicked Foden on the back of the leg and Savic came over to pull him off the ground for wasting time.

Felipe was sent off after the fight ended, along with two yellow cards shown to Atletico’s Savic and Manchester City’s Ake. But the match had a villain in the form of Felipe, who was seen frustrated and excited after being shown a card due to the kick on Foden that started the chaotic situation.
After the hateful battle, the game ended 0-0 with Manchester City progressing to the semi-finals and the man of the match was won by John Stones after his spectacular defensive display kept Atletico strikers off the post.

Atletico Madrid vs Manchester City UEFA Champions League 2021-22 Quarterfinals 2nd leg: How it happened

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Atletico Madrid lost a hard-fought game to Manchester City.

Manchester City emerged victorious from the quarterfinal match by two legs as the game ended 0-0 with Atletico Madrid for the night. Atletico Madrid chased the game from the start of the game to break the deficit in the first leg.

Atletico Madrid was quite dominant throughout the game and gave everything to improve the draw but unfortunately didn’t manage to reach the semifinals. Simeone’s boys fought with every part of their bodies but ended up on the losing side.

Simeone was outraged at the referee after the match official gave the red card to Felipe, who deliberately knocked Foden down and kicked him inhumanely. With all the ups and downs, Real Madrid is playing against Manchester City and Liverpool against Villarreal in the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Also read: “He is an extremely handsome boy and also a decent player” – Jurgen Klopp on Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez

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