Champions League: Benzema teases Pep in Man City win over Real Madrid

What a spectacle. A game like a good boxing match!

4:3 in the Champions League between Manchester City and Real Madrid.

The semifinals begin with a maximum of one side. It is the four-time Champions League winner Karim Benzema (34), who in the end ensures an almost balanced situation, giving hope for an exciting second leg in a week.

Benzema annoys Blitz-Tor Pep. After eleven minutes, Pep Guardiola (51) leads with two goals. Belgium star De Bruyne heads the 1-0 after 93 seconds, he hangs up Jesus’ 2-0 (11th).

Manchester rolls over the royals. Must lead by three or four goals, but fails on himself.

Real comes back. Benzema takes the ball directly with his left hand and slams it in for a goal (33rd). The spectacle continues after the break.

Foden heads the 3-1 (53′) after a Fernandinho cross. 149 seconds later, Vinicius Jr. brings Real back on track after a dream solo, Silva puts it back in front of City with a bang in the corner.

Benzema – WHO ELSE? – sets the 3: 4 final point with a penalty (82nd). With the brace, he now has 159 goals for the royals (600 games) and has overtaken Bayern’s Lewandowski with 14 Champions League goals.

What a game!

The TV experts on the Amazon Prime microphone are also blown away. Ex-national player Patrick Owomoyela: “Nobody defended anymore, only attacked. Insanity!”

And ex-Bayern striker Mario Gomez: “That’s why I love this football!”

By Editor

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