Income Man Metropolis thanks to dead Foden winner
Updated / Tuesday, 6 Apr 2021 22: 10
Manchester Metropolis's Phil Foden grabbed a final-minute winner as they beat Borussia Dortmund 2-1 of their Champions League quarter-last first leg after Marco Reus had netted a dead equaliser for the German company.
Metropolis took a 19th minute lead with a normal counter-attacking transfer accomplished off by Kevin De Bruyne after Dortmund's mature Liverpool midfielder Emre Can had given the ball away on the midway line.
Pep Guardiola's Metropolis facet then had a penalty awarded but as it's going to be overturned by VAR after a scenario by Can on Rodri and Dortmund, buoyed by the reprieve, figured out some attacking verve.
Romanian referee Ovidiu Hategan used to be on the centre of things again when Metropolis keeper Ederson hesitated and Dortmund's Jude Bellingham nipped in and slotted the ball into the earn but the 17-year-vulnerable used to be harshly dominated to admire fouled the Brazilian.
Ederson got right here to Metropolis's rescue early in the second half of, saving from Erling Haaland with an outstretched foot as the German facet persisted to discipline off Metropolis concerns.
Metropolis had several potentialities to enhance their lead and paid the fee for their uncharacteristic lack of precision in entrance of purpose when Dortmund struck six minutes earlier than the end.
Haaland's gleaming stagger on the half of-turn figured out Marco Reus, who had timed his flee completely and beat Ederson with a quiet attain.
However then Foden, who had been wasteful twice in the second half of, made amends with a scientific attain from shut vary after being discipline up by Ilkay Gundogan.