Tuesday April 12th, 2016

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne scored a long–range goal in the 76th minute of his team's Champions League quarterfinal second leg against PSG, sealing a place for the English side in the semifinals. 

Manuel Pellgrini's side advanced 3–2 on aggregate. 

Manchester City drew the first leg 2–2 in Paris, meaning that De Bruyne's goal made PSG's task nearly impossible entering the final stretch of the tie. PSG would have had to score twice to overcome City's lead because of away goals. 

De Bruyne also scored in the first leg. 

De Bruyne received the ball on the outside of the box and connected on a long–range effort, putting Manchester City in great position to advance to their first–ever Champions League semifinal. 

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Watch De Bruyne's goal below. 


In the first half, Manchester City's Sergio Aguero failed to convert a penalty. 

PSG has exited the Champions League in the quarterfinals each of the last three seasons. 

- Stanley Kay

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