The UEFA Champions League final four is set, and on Tuesday, Manchester City will host Real Madrid in the first leg of one of the semifinals.
A year after reaching the first-ever Champions League Final, Manchester City looks to reclaim the title.
The defending EPL champions are in the UCL semis for the third time.
They got there by winning Group A and then cruising past Sporting CP in the Round of 16.
Then they beat the defending La Liga champions, Atletico Madrid.
They will now meet another Madrid club. Real Madrid started well, going 5-1-0 in Group D.
They needed extra time to beat PSG in the Round of 16 and then needed extra time to beat Chelsea in the quarterfinals. They are back in the UCL semifinals for the first time since 2018.