Manchester City enters final for the first time in their history

Manchester City's Champions League history has been described by tragedy, disaster and misjudgements. 

Nonetheless, on Tuesday night at the Etihad Stadium, Pep Guardiola's side put all that torment and desolation behind them as they got a spot in the Champions League out of the blue. 

City conquered their nerves, and kept their heads as Paris Saint-Germain lost theirs, to put themselves inside contacting distance of brilliance. 

What's more, the feelings were clear at the full-time whistle as they commended a 2-0 win on the evening, and a 4-1 victory on total, with a blend of happiness, doubt and help. For sure, Oleksandr Zinchenko even fell to the turf in tears, unmistakably defeat by the monstrosity of the accomplishment. 

They possessed all hung tight a long energy for this. They merited it, as well. City's players had rejected, run and battled for each ball. This was a presentation of heart and boldness, as they withstood everything the French bosses tossed at them. 

PSG had taken steps to turn the tie around during a first half wherein City over and again parted with the ball as Guardiola looked on with his hands on his head. 

Yet, there were legends everywhere on the pitch, consistently eager to get the show on the road to get their colleagues in the clear. 

Ruben Dias was a pioneer at the core of guard, tossing his head before PSG shots and arranging a restrained protection. 

The Portuguese protector embraced and celebrated with John Stones and Oleksandr Zinchenko as though they had scored an objective when they figured out how to deny Neymar after the Brazilian whiz had dashed perilously into the case. 

Kevin De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva ran enthusiastically between boxes, while Fernandinho showed all his insight and experience as he assumed responsibility for the midfield on his 36th birthday celebration.

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