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Real Madrid vs Manchester City live streaming online for Champions League. Know when the second leg of the key is, at what time, where they spend it, how both teams arrive, and possible alignments, among other details.

The broadcast of the match will be in charge of the channels Movistar Plus and Movistar Champions League in Spain, while ESPN and Star Plus will pass it internationally. HBO Max airs in Mexico and TUDN in the United States.

If you are in Argentina: ESPN and Star Plus
If you’re in Brazil: HBO Max
If you are in Chile: ESPN and Star Plus
If you are in Colombia: ESPN and Star Plus
If you are in Ecuador: ESPN and Star Plus
If you’re in Mexico: HBO Max
If you are in the United States: Univision, TUDN, Paramount
If you are in Uruguay: Star Plus
If you’re in Venezuela: ESPN and Star Plus

With an eye on the second leg of the Champions League semifinals, Real Madrid won by the minimum against Getafe on Saturday at the Bernabeu for the 34th day of La Liga.

The merengue team took precautions ahead of their rematch against Manchester City, with a team composed primarily of less usual players, and it took time to take control of the match.

Ancelotti left players like Benzema or Rodrygo out of the call, and Kroos, Modric or Vinicius started on the bench. In addition, Eden Hazard began to for the first time since September.

Vinicius’ entry in the second half boosted Real Madrid, who had just won the Copa del Rey.

Manchester City, which fights for the Treble League, FA Cup, and Champions League, will be able to count on all its figures after recovering Kevin de Bruyne, who already started against Leeds.

Real Madrid, which already eliminated City in the semifinals of the last edition of the Champions League and in the 2015-2016 season, hopes to repeat the feat, for which they will try to get the tie on track in their stadium, surrounded by their fans.

City was entitled to feel that a draw in Madrid was a positive result, but Pep Guardiola’s side know from bitter experience that Madrid is at their best in the second act of this phase of the competition. City led 5-3 on aggregate before conceding two goals after the 90th minute and another in extra time in an extraordinary return against Madrid in the last semi-finals. “I have an idea about what needs to be done,” Guardiola said. Although his tactics lead to more goals, Guardiola knows his players cannot take any advantage for granted.

Éder Militão’s penalty was a setback well dealt with by Real Madrid in the first leg. The defender’s speed, experience, and aerial ability could allow his team to take a bolder approach and play with a higher defensive line in the decisive match. The Brazil international was a fixture in his team’s triumph in the last Champions League and is in a position to return along with a goalkeeper who wants his team to think of the match as a final. “I hope we can get it into our heads,” Thibaut Courtois said. “Even if it’s away, we’re pretty good at finals, so hopefully we can visualize it like that, even if it’s City. It will be difficult.”

Real Madrid: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Rudiger, Alaba; Camavinga, Kroos, Modric; Rodrygo, Vinicius, Benzema.
Manchester City: Ederson; Walker, Days, Stones, Akanji; Rodri, Kevn de Bruyne, Gundogan; Bernardo Silva, Grealish, Haaland.


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