Premier League side – Manchester City on Tuesday night clinched a vital 2-1 first leg victory over Dortmund, thanks to a late strike from Foden, after it looked like Reus had handed the visitors the advantage.
The hosts led 1-0 at the break, but Haaland almost levelled straight after the restart, only to be denied by Ederson.
City could have wrapped up the win earlier with Foden and De Bruyne going close on a few occasions, but they didn’t take their chances and Reus punished them at the other end.
Only for Foden popped up late on and made it 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium.
Felt like we should’ve came away with more, but we return home with an important away goal ⏹ pic.twitter.com/zpoWAuY1Ck
— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) April 6, 2021
While Man City players and fans are were busy celebrating their home victory over the Germans, Dortmund star, Jude Bellingham has come out to say it “was an unfortunate result”.
The 17-year-old further stressed that his side will be going into the second leg with their heads held high.
According to the midfielder;
“It was an unfortunate result, but we’ll take the away goal with us. We’re going into the second leg with our heads held high. In my opinion, the challenge in the first half wasn’t a foul.”