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Manchester City Beat Borussia Dortmund 2-1: Reaction & Tweets

City win a tight contest.

Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: Leg One Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Manchester City survived a great scare as a Phil Foden 90th minute winner was the seal needed to win this one. The quarter finals of the UCL kicked off with a bang as Man City won 2-1 at home ion the first leg.

The cityzens started off on the right foot with a Kevin De Bruyne signature goal, but were seen holding on as a Marco Reus goal with under 15 minutes left made it a very tight affair.

Foden, who could have had a couple more goals, was the ultimate difference maker as City won and kept dangerous threat Erling Haaland mostly in check all match,

We move, on to the reaction-

Pep Guardiola Reaction

“Second half was better [than the first,”

“When you win 26 games in 27 and they are not winning the Bundesliga, the pressure is on our shoulders. Everything is guaranteed for us. Everybody believed we would win.

“We had an incredible commitment and desire to go through.

“Now we fly there, 2-1, always they score but we will adjust a few things we could not do today.

“We will watch the game in a calm way, the best way possible, and see what we can do better.

“We will go there to win the game. I ask the players to win the game. We did it and now we go to Dortmund not to defend.

“We will adjust our pressing, adjust our build up and play 90 minutes to try and reach the semi-final.”

“I want to congratulate the players,”

“Everything is guaranteed for us. Everybody believed we would win. We had an incredible commitment and desire to go through.

“Now we fly there at 2-1- always they score but we will adjust a few things we could not do today.

“In a calm way, the best way possible, the game we played and see what we can do better.

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