Champions League quarterfinals: Liverpool-Real Madrid, BVB-Man City best moments
The UEFA Champions League semifinals are set, with Wednesday's action determining which giants of European soccer snagged the two remaining spots.
Despite a total of 15 attempts at goal, five of which were on target, the Reds couldn't break through in a 0-0 draw that sent Real Madrid to the semis 1-3 on aggregate.
City built on that lead with a 2-1 victory Wednesday, advancing to the semis 2-4 on aggregate.
And the banter has already begun on one side of the bracket!
Here are the biggest moments from the day's UCL action:
Get your Phil
The pressure on Man City eased late in the second half, thanks to this absolute blistering shot from Phil Foden.
It appeared that Dortmund goalkeeper Marwin Hitz got a palm to the shot, but the shot had too much zip to be kept out.
There's no question that the ball hit Emre Can's arm here, but was it intentional from the Dortmund midfielder?
Well, referee Carlos del Cerro Grande immediately pointed to the spot for a penalty, and the Video Assistant Referee confirmed the decision.
Up stepped City winger Riyad Mahrez, who made no mistake with a powerful left-footed boot beyond the hands of Hitz.
Conceding the penalty was another tough blow for Can, who had a poor giveaway in the first leg that led to City's first goal of the tie.
What were you doing at age 17? If you're Jude Bellingham, you were scoring a crucial goal for Dortmund in the Champions League quarterfinals.
Sure, it took a bit of luck for the ball to find the English youngster's feet after a blocked shot, but there's no denying the quality of that finish.
Coming up empty
Liverpool had plenty of look at Real Madrid's goal but struggled mightily to make the most of chances.
Shaking it up
Unfortunately for the City captain, his strike slammed off the crossbar and denied his team a 2-3 aggregate advantage.
Liverpool needed to go for broke to rally back from a 3-1 loss in the first leg — and they knew it.
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