‘Great Win Blues!’, ‘We crushed the bus!’ – Many fans react as Man City secure ‘huge’ win vs Atletico Madrid


Kevin De Bruyne’s second half strike secured a vital 1-0 victory for Manchester City over Atletico Madrid in a tense Champions League quarter-final first leg at the Etihad on Tuesday evening.

There was nothing to separate the two teams until De Bruyne, assisted by Phil Foden with his first touch off the bench, buried the ball past Jan Oblak to put City in control ahead of the return leg in the Spanish capital next week.

In the second half, the intensity gauge was ramped up. With twenty minutes to play, substitute Foden picked the lock with his first touch, feeding De Bruyne who coolly slotted the ball past Oblak into the bottom corner, a decisive goal which gives City the advantage heading into the second leg.

City entered Tuesday as the favorite to win the tournament and showed why once again with a strong performance against a tough opponent. Both clubs are seeking their first European championship despite past trips to the UCL finals.

Taking to Twitter, Manchester City fans celebrated their hard-fought yet thrilling win over Atletico Madrid.

“Huge huge huge cmon city BUZZING”
Credit: @Curtisstanley56

“Good win get the job done next week.”
Credit: @DoubleA_365

“Great game fellas! What a win for us. Focus on Liverpool next💯💙.”
Credit: @KevinDeFab

“We wanted more goals but this is Atletico, so it’s a classic 1-0 victory over them, come on City!! .”
Credit: @Tam_Corleone_

“YES! Still a lot to do in Madrid! Lets go!”
Credit: @MRifqiFarisi

“Excellent win guys, Foden brilliant. Good job, congratulations. Let’s go for more.”
Credit: @vitomaz10

“Great Win Blues !!! Playing against a low block and 1000 defenders isn’t easy and we came away with the victory ! Cmon City !!i.”
Credit: @DaBlueny

“Great performance. Great goal. We crushed the bus! 1 bad takeaway, Jesus’ missing the 2nd leg…”
Credit: @jeremyleong6

“KDB is a super hero when he wears that Captain Armband ”
Credit: @stayhugh6

“A deserved win but silly bookings for Jesus and Ederson. Atletico must really fear Grealish they way they charged at him, he should start the second leg and get an Atleti player sent off !.”
Credit: @walter_walper

Both sides must now switch their attention back to domestic duties. A huge encounter awaits Manchester City who take on fellow title challengers Liverpool at the Etihad in the Premier League on Sunday. As for Atletico Madrid, they return to La Liga action with a trip to Mallorca on Saturday.

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