Manchester City thrash Real Madrid

Manchester City defeated Real Madrid 4-0 in the Champions League semifinal second leg.

The victory came after a 1-1 draw in the first leg, giving City a 5-1 aggregate win.

Bernardo Silva scored two goals in the first half to give City a comfortable lead.

Eder Militao scored an own goal, and Julian Alvarez added another goal for City.

City's dominant performance showcased their strength as Premier League leaders.

The win sets up a final showdown with Inter Milan on June 10 in Istanbul.

City's relentless pressure and organized play limited Madrid's chances throughout the match.

Bernardo Silva expressed his satisfaction with his performance, aiming to compensate for the first leg.

City will now have the opportunity to compete for both the Champions League and their fifth Premier League title in six seasons, with an FA Cup final also on the horizon.

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