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K. Trippier
4 - 3
S. Agüero
K. De Bruyne
4 - 2
R. Sterling
K. De Bruyne
3 - 2
Bernardo Silva
S. Agüero
2 - 2
Son Heung-Min
C. Eriksen
1 - 2

Match Stats

65% 34%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 8 7
Total Passes 592 315
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This is a match that will go down in history as one of the greatest in European Cup history. Tottenham's reward is a semi-final tie with Ajax - what a game that should be! - while Man City's quadruple dream is over. Guardiola's side do not have to wait long to exact revenge as Spurs return to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday for a Premier League clash that has plenty riding on it for both teams, especially title chasers City.
Tottenham are through to the semi-finals of the Champions League thanks to the most incredible of away-goal wins. The visitors' one-goal lead from the first leg was wiped out inside four minutes through a well-taken Sterling goal, which Son responded to with two of his own to signal what was to come. Bernardo Silva and Sterling put City 3-2 ahead on the day with less than a quarter of the game played, and City completed the comeback when Aguero scored just before the hour mark. However, Llorente netted a contentious goal 17 minutes from time, with the officials adjudging that the ball did not hit his arm on its way over the line, and that proved to be the winner as Sterling had a goal ruled out right at the end of the match. 
90' + 6' Son has a chance to seal the aggregate win but Sane tracks back to prevent him from doing so. All six minutes of added time have been played and Spurs have a corner.
90' + 5' The Etihad Stadium is completely silent, bar the one section holding the away fans. City thought they had done it. Sterling had the ball in the net, but Aguero was adjudged to be offside. There are 60 seconds to go - time for one final late twist.
90' + 4' GOAL DISALLOWED!!!! THIS IS EXTRAORDINARY!! Aguero nods the ball down and tees up Sterling to score what appeared to be the most dramatic of winning goals for Man City. However, after some incredible celebrations around the Etihad Stadium, the referee rules out the goal as Aguero was offside. VAR has helped Tottenham massively today.
90' + 3' Spurs have done very well to keep their shape when put under immense pressure. Kompany is playing pretty much as City's most advanced player now - it is all out attack, as you would expect with just two minutes to go.
90' + 2' Two of the five added-on minutes have been played. Will there be late drama at the Etihad Stadium? Both teams look knackered! 
D. Sánchez
D. Rose
90' + 1' Sanchez is on for Rose for the five minutes of added time. Spurs appear to be going with a five-man defence for the remainder of the match.
90' Spurs turn over possession and Rose, who did well to control a cross-field pass, heads to the corner. Rose plays it down the line to Davies, and the return pass back to him catches him out as he is offside.
89' Walker's cross is poor, aimed right under the crossbar where Lloris is waiting to collect. The goalkeeper takes his time before launching the ball up the pitch.
88' Fernandinho is pulling the strings from a deep position. The ball is spread out to the right where Walker is waiting, but his cross strikes Rose. Can Spurs see out the remaining five minutes or so?
87' Pochettino is readying his third and final change. The pressure from City is pretty relentless but Sane cannot find a way through down the left, with Son helping out his side defensively.
86' HALF A CHANCE FOR GUNDOGAN! Fernandinho lofts the ball to Sane, who heads it into the path of Gundogan. It is an awkward one and the midfielder volleys over the crossbar from just inside the six-yard box.
85' Eriksen wins the ball just inside his own half and spots Ederson off his line. He tries to lob the City keeper from 50 yards but fails to do so. Not sure it was the right time to try that!
L. Sané
B. Mendy
84' Sane is on for Mendy with a little over five minutes of normal time left to play. Tottenham are heading through on away goals as things stand.
83' There have been 27 attempts in this second leg, 14 of those on target and seven resulting in a goal. De Bruyne is unhappy with the referee as he is fouled by Davies but no free-kick is awarded. The advantage was played but came to nothing.
B. Davies
Lucas Moura
82' Pochettino brings on a defender for an attacker, with Davies replacing Lucas. That will mean a change of formation.
81' Sterling's run is spotted by De Bruyne but there is too much pace on the pass and it goes behind for a goal-kick.
80' LLORIS DENIES AGUERO! Walker goes on a positive run down the right and sends in a near-perfect cross for Aguero. The striker still has work to do and he cannot quite get enough power on his header to send it spinning away from Lloris.
78' PENALTY SHOUT! Eriksen works the ball on to his right foot and tries to pick out the net from 18 yards out. Kompany gets in the way of the shot but it is reviewed by the VAR officials for a possible handball. Replays show that it did not hit Kompany's arm.
V. Wanyama
Yellow Card
77' Wanyama fouls De Bruyne and is shown a yellow card. Man City now have 13 minutes to find a goal.
75' After a two-minute stoppage in play the referee Cuneyt Cakir allows Llorente's goal to stand. That is a huge call and the replays show that the ball went in off the striker's hip. It might have brushed his arm but it was too hard to see if contact was made.
73' GOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 4-3 TOTTENHAM! TOTTENHAM ARE HEADING THROUGH!!! You simply cannot take your eyes off this one! The corner is swung into the six-yard box and Llorente gets on the end of it. The ball appears to hit a mixture of his arm and hip so it goes to a VAR check.
K. Trippier
73' Trippier's corner caused some panic in the City box and Llorente profited to swing this crazy tie Tottenham's way.
72' De Bruyne's inswinging free-kick is caught by Lloris. Having defended the set-piece, Tottenham get forward and Ederson has to be alert to pounce on Son's shot from a tight angle.
71' Aguero drives past Vertonghen but is then taken out by Wanyama. Man City have another free-kick in a good crossing position, which De Bruyne - with three assists already today - is standing over.
70' Fernandinho dives in on Eriksen and feels that he won the ball, but the referee Cuneyt Cakir awards a free-kick to Tottenham. Pochettino's men have enjoyed a rare spell on the ball, though it ultimately comes to little.
68' It is all Man City now as Spurs struggle to get out of their own half of the field. Tottenham's best moment in the second half came through Llorente's header about 60 seconds before the hosts scored their fourth goal.
66' Pochettino could do with making a change because his side are at risk of conceding another goal here. Wanyama in particular is struggling as City charge forward in numbers. Sterling is played in behind but is flagged for offside.
64' Spurs cannot handle De Bruyne. He takes up a starting position on the right and does well to get a cross into the box, which Lloris gets to first. The onus is now on Tottenham to score.
David Silva
63' Fernandinho is considered fit enough to play the final 30 minutes or so of the match. He takes over from David Silva in central midfield, allowing Gundogan to shuffle across.
61' The only European match between English sides with more than six goals was Liverpool 4-4 Chelsea in April 2009. With around half an hour to go here, do not bet against that record being beaten.
K. De Bruyne
59' This is brilliant from De Bruyne, who really has looked back to his best in recent games. The playmaker not only carried the ball forward but also put the perfect weight on his pass for Aguero. That is a hat-trick of assists!
S. Agüero
59' GOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 4-2 TOTTENHAM! De Bruyne works his magic by carrying the ball forward, skipping past Wanyama as though he isn't there, before playing in Aguero. The angle is not exactly on the Argentina striker's side, but he thumps it past Lloris at his near post. City now lead outright for the first time in the tie.
58' LLORENTE COMES CLOSE! Son stays onside and attempts to burst in behind, but Kompany stands his ground. City are unable to fully clear their lines and Llorente gets his head to a cross, which Ederson is equal to. Eriksen's shot from further back is also kept out by Ederson in a routine manner.
56' Man City win another free-kick. David Silva peels off his man at the front post but can only glance it over the crossbar.
55' ANOTHER GREAT SAVE! Lloris is keeping City out single-handedly. De Bruyne works the ball on to his right foot and gets plenty of power behind his shot from the edge of the area, which Lloris gets across to push around his post with a strong left hand.
D. Rose
Yellow Card
54' Rose is shown the third yellow card of the game for a foul.
54' Ederson slices the ball out of play when trying to pick out Sterling. That gives Tottenham a chance to regather as they are struggling to get out of their own half at the moment.
53' City are building some serious pressure now. Bernardo Silva is urged to shoot on the edge of the box but the opportunity to do so does not arise. Tottenham are dropping deeper and deeper and are happy to concede only a corner.
51' HUGE SAVE! This could prove to be a huge save from Lloris! Gundogan slots in Bernardo Silva, who squares it to Sterling. The scorer of two of City's goals today sends a first-time shot on target and Lloris is there to make the save. Credit to Rose, too, as he is on the rebound in a flash to thwart Bernardo Silva.
49' OVER! De Bruyne lifts the free-kick over the wall but there is not enough dip on the ball and Lloris is happy to watch it sail over the crossbar.
Son Heung-Min
Yellow Card
48' Son pulls back on De Bruyne just outside the area and City now have a free-kick in a very dangerous position. A yellow card is shown to Son and that means he will miss the first leg of the semi-finals should Tottenham progress.
46' RESTART! Tottenham. heading through to the last four of the Champions League as things stand, get us back up and running!
Pochettino was forced into making a substitution before half-time as Sissoko limped off injured. Rather than making a like-for-like change in midfield - or the closest thing to it - the Spurs manager decided to bring on Llorente and tweak his formation. Tottenham have not looked as lively since then, whereas Man City have looked like scoring pretty much whenever they get forward. Jesus, Sane and Mahrez are all on the bench should Guardiola opt to change things slightly for the second half.
An incredible opening 45 minutes of football comes to a close at the Etihad Stadium with Man City 3-2 ahead on the day, though it is 3-3 on aggregate and Tottenham will go through on away goals as things stands. Sterling scored the first of his two goals four minutes in with a curled finish past Lloris, but the visitors responded well as Son struck twice in three minutes to stun the reigning English champions. Two more quickfire goals from Bernardo Silva and Sterling, all before the 21st minute, means that the tie remains delicately poised. Fingers crossed for similar drama in the second half!
45' + 3' De Bruyne sends in a pretty weak free-kick from the left-hand side, which hits a sea of Tottenham bodies and is cleared away. The home fans are urging their players on as we enter the final seconds of the half.
45' + 2' Three minutes have been added on at the end of the first half. David Silva plays in Mendy on the overlap down the left but his cross is headed clear. Sterling tries to keep the attack alive and is dragged down by compatriot Trippier in a wide position.
45' SAVE! Man City are building some good pressure at the end of the first half. De Bruyne, who is looking back to his best, sends a 25-yard shot straight down the middle for Lloris to keep out.
44' Aguero wants to cut inside from a left-sided position but instead plays it to Mendy, who runs straight at Trippier to lose possession. 
43' SHOT! Man City are pressing for a fourth goal of the tie as we edge closer to half time. The intensity has dropped, understandably, since the fast-paced opening quarter of the match. Son has a shot that goes across Ederson but whistles wide of the far post.
M. Sissoko
41' Pochettino has decided against bringing on young midfielder Skipp and instead turns to Llorente in place of the injured Sissoko, presumably meaning Son will drop a little deeper.
M. Sissoko
Yellow Card
41' This is incredibly harsh on Sissoko, who is shown a yellow card for taking the long route off the pitch. It will not rule him out of the semi-finals should Tottenham progress.
40' There are jeers around the Etihad Stadium as Sissoko goes to ground for the third time in five minutes - his match is surely over. The France midfielder injured himself when challenging De Bruyne and Pochettino will now have to make a first-half sub.
39' If there is an award for worst corner of the season then David Silva has just won it with this poor delivery, kicking the ball straight out of play. Sissoko is back on the field and will try to see out the remainder of the first half.
38' Sissoko goes down again and this time he stays down. The Tottenham physio is on and young midfielder Skipp has been sent to warm up.
37' There have been five shots on target in this first half and five goals. Both teams have scored pretty much through each of their chances. The ball is pulled back for Aguero but Alderweireld reads the danger and is on top of the striker in a flash to make the block.
35' Sissoko, who appeared to tweak his groin or knee when challenging De Bruyne, is OK to continue. Pochettino will have to keep a close eye on that one, though...
34' Mendy has a chance to charge down the left but he does not really make the most of the opportunity. Tottenham turn over possession but they are unable to counter as Sissoko is hurt in a challenge with De Bruyne and may require treatment.
32' Rose and Bernardo Silva are having a good little battle down the Tottenham left. They both jump for an aerial ball and the Man City player is penalised for some reason - he did nothing wrong.
31' Bernardo Silva is proving a real threat for City. He picks up the ball on the right this time and drives it into the box, but nobody in a sky blue top can turn it goalwards. It comes to Bernardo Silva again and his latest cross is headed away by Wanyama.
29' Bernardo Silva shows great footwork to create some space for himself. The ball is worked to the left but David Silva's cross into the box is cut out.
28' The possession stats have changed over the last five minutes, with Tottenham seeing a lot more of the ball since City's third goal. A reminder that as things stand Spurs, despite conceding three times in 21 minutes, are through on away goals.
26' Mendy powers forward down the City left but it goes the other way and the attack breaks down. Worryingly for Tottenham, whenever possession is turned over the hosts look as though they are going to score. Trippier in particular is struggling to cope.
25' Tottenham are enjoying a good spell of possession - their best of the match so far. They could have done with doing this after scoring their two goals in quick succession. The end-to-end feel to the match will surely return in the next couple of minutes.
23' That Sterling goal, his second of the game, makes it 3-3 on aggregate. Spurs have a couple of away goals, of course, so City need another goal. That is now 19 goals in 20 games at the Etihad Stadium for Sterling this season.
K. De Bruyne
21' De Bruyne made a yard of space down the right and was able to pick out an unmarked Sterling at the back post. It is incredible how often City score goals of this type.
R. Sterling
21' GOOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 3-2 TOTTENHAM It is 3-3 on aggregate as Sterling bags his second goal of the tie! De Bruyne plays the ball across goal towards the back post and Sterling is waiting for one of his trademark finishes. What a game this has been. Truly incredible!
19' Man City are the team looking more likely to score the next goal of the tie. The hosts have had 66 per cent of the ball so far but they need another couple of goals due to Tottenham's away strikes.
18' Eriksen has a go from distance but he cannot find the target. After an explosive start the sides appear to have lost their way a little. It remains incredibly open, though - there is definitely another goal or two in this one.
16' David Silva swings the free-kick over the crossbar - a real disappointment as that was in a promising position. Tottenham need to take the sting out of the game.
15' The game has managed to settle down a little. Man City are the side on top, buoyed by that second goal of the game. Wanyama fouls Walker outside the box and the hosts have a free-kick in a promising position.
13' Son is the second player to score twice in the opening 10 minutes of a Champions League game away from home, after Heimo Pfeifenberger for Red Bull Salzburg vs AEK Athens in November 1994 (nine minutes). It is the earliest there have ever been four goals in a Champions League game. 
S. Agüero
11' Aguero picked out Bernardo Silva and the Portugal attacker's poked finish found the bottom corner of the net via a telling touch off Rose. Poor defending from Tottenham, it must be said.
Bernardo Silva
11' GOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 2-2 TOTTENHAM! THIS IS INCREDIBLE!! Eleven minutes played of the second leg and it is 2-2! Bernardo Silva's shot takes a deflection off Rose and lands in the bottom corner of the net. It is 3-2 to Tottenham on aggregate, in case you had lost track.
Son Heung-Min
10' GOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 1-2 TOTTENHAM! What a huge, huge goal this could be for Tottenham! The visitors open up a two-goal lead on aggregate as Son curls the ball past Ederson from 17 yards. It is a brilliant move from Tottenham, with Eriksen knocking the ball across to Son, who finds the top corner of the net.
C. Eriksen
10' Full credit to Tottenham - they did not drop their heads after falling behind and now have a two-goal lead. Eriksen was picked out on the edge of the box and did well to roll it across to Son to his left. That was a superb finish from the South Korea forward.
Son Heung-Min
7' GOOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 1-1 TOTTENHAM! TOTTENHAM SCORE AN AWAY GOAL! What a response from the visitors. Less than three minutes after falling behind, Son gets on the end of a loose ball eight yards from goal and fires it past Ederson. The Man City keeper really should be keeping it out, though, allowing it to squirm under his body.
6' So after all the pre-match talk, it has taken City just four minutes to level up the tie. Tottenham cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves, though - they still have plenty of time to score an away goal that will change everything.
K. De Bruyne
4' De Bruyne picked out Sterling and the forward had only one thing on his mind. Trippier had to show him down the line, did not do so and Sterling made him pay with a clean strike into the far corner.
R. Sterling
4' GOOOOOAAALLL!!! MAN CITY 1-0 TOTTENHAM! This is now the big man for the big occasions! Sterling's incredible season continues as he is allowed to cut inside on his right foot by Trippier and he curls the ball out of Lloris' reach. That is a superb strike from Sterling and the perfect start for his side.
3' Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris is jeered by the home fans for taking too long over a goal-kick. We have played less than three minutes - it is surely too early for that!
2' Tottenham appear to have set out in a diamond midfield, with Wanyama at the foot of it in front of the back four. Rose is unhappy with Bernardo Silva after being shoved off the pitch by his opponent.
1' KICK-OFF! Man City get this all-Premier League quarter-final second leg up and running! The winners of this tie will face Ajax, who knocked out Italian giants Juventus yesterday, for a place in the June 1 final.
The two teams are now out on the field at the Etihad Stadium and we are moments away from kick-off.
Of the 32 previous occasions of a side losing the first leg of a two-legged Champions League tie 1-0 away from home, 10 have gone on to progress (31%). Tottenham were eliminated the last time they won 1-0 in the first leg of a two-legged European tie at home, being knocked out by Kaiserslautern in the second round of the 1999-2000 UEFA Cup (2-1 on aggregate).
Pochettino makes five changes from the comfortable 4-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday, with Alli recovering from a hand injury to take his place in the starting line-up alongside Alderweireld, Rose, Trippier and Son. In terms of the alterations from last week's first leg, Kane and Harry Winks both miss out through injury and are replaced by Lucas and Wanyama. Like last week's clash in North London, the visitors will set out with four across the back, not five as some expected.
Man City show one change from their 3-1 win over Crystal Palace last weekend, bringing in Bernardo Silva for the benched Sane. There are three alterations from the first leg, meanwhile, as Otamendi, Mahrez and Fabian Delph, the latter not included in the squad at all today, are replaced by Kompany, Bernardo Silva and Mendy. There is a positive of sorts for the hosts as Fernandinho is back on the bench after missing out against Palace, though Guardiola would no doubt have wanted his key midfield man starting this huge match.
Tottenham subs: Ben Davies, Davinson Sanchez, Fernando Llorente, Juan Foyth, Paulo Gazzaniga, Oliver Skipp, Kyle Walker-Peters.
TOTTENHAM (4-3-1-2): Hugo Lloris (c); Kieran Trippier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose; Moussa Sissoko, Victor Wanyama, Dele Alli; Christian Eriksen; Lucas Moura, Son Heung-min.
Man City subs: Nicolas Otamendi, John Stones, Ari Muric, Riyad Mahrez, Fernandinho, Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus.
MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson; Kyle Walker, Vincent Kompany (c), Aymeric Laporte, Benjamin Mendy; Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan, David Silva; Bernardo Silva, Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling.
Man City, who remain on course for an unprecedented quadruple, have lost all five of their previous matches against fellow English clubs in European competition, including both legs of last season's quarter-final against Liverpool. Pep Guardiola's men are still fancied by many to overturn the one-goal deficit on home soil, though, having won 23 of their 25 matches at the Etihad Stadium this season. Their most recent European match here ended in a 7-0 win over Schalke in the last 16 second leg - at least one goal is required today if they are to advance.
The visitors boast a 1-0 lead from last week's first leg at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium thanks to Son Heung-min's late strike. Sergio Aguero missed an early penalty and Spurs lost leading goalscorer Harry Kane to a season-ending injury in a lively opening tussle to the tie, but ultimately all that matters is Mauricio Pochettino's men are within 90 minutes of reaching a first Champions League semi-final. However, Tottenham have only won one of their last eight visits to Man City in all competitions - a 2-1 Premier League victory in February 2016 - so there is plenty to play for in this return fixture.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Champions League quarter-final second leg between Manchester City and Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium.