"Have we seen the best Champions League tie in history?"

Lhe English media did not give credit to what has happened in the Santiago Bernabeu and thus demonstrated it in their digital editions analyzing the elimination of the team he directs Pep Guardiola against Real Madrid.

One of the most surprised and who was still “in shock” minutes after the match ended was the prestigious BBCwho even asked the question on their social networks that many fans have also asked themselves at home: “Have we seen the best Champions League tie in history?”

On its internal website, the BBC headlined: “Real Madrid makes an incredible comeback to beat Manchester City and reach the final.”

Guardianmore restrained than the BBC, entitled in its digital edition by Rodrygobut he also gave Benzema his space.

The cover of The Guardian

The cover of The Guardian

In the chronicle, The Guardian pointed to Guardiola for the changes made: “City thought that with the 0-1 and the game dominated they had done enough when Walker left -due to injury- and, above all, Gabriel Jesus and Mahrez”.

Cover of The Sun

Cover of The Sun

The Sun places “Bernapow!” in terms of the blow that the Madrid stadium ‘helped’ to hit the Manchester team. In the introduction, he gives his space to Benzema, as the leader of an “epic” Real Madrid and claims to have “earned” a place in the final against the Liverpool.

Internally, The Sun put the focus on Pep Guardiola, whom they pointed out as “heartbroken again” in “the best comeback in history“.

Lastly, the Manchester Evening Newsnewspaper of the city of Manchester told its readers that “the typical Manchester City had returned” in another night “not suitable for the faint of heart”.

The front page of the Manchester Evening News

The front page of the Manchester Evening News

The Telegraph, for his part, in an opinion by his sports editor, stated that Guardiola “must think he is cursed”. “This tie is going to haunt him for life.”

The Telegraph opinion

The Telegraph opinion

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