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 at the Etihad Stadium.
There was nothing to separate the two teams until De Bruyne buried the ball past Jan Oblak to put City in control. De Bruyne was fully assisted by Phil Foden with his first touch, off the bench.
It was a decisive goal which gave City the advantage heading into the second leg in the Spanish capital next week.
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.