Manchester City fans have vented their anger at Uefa before every game in the Champions League by jeering the music which is played ahead of every game.
It is their response to what they felt was an unjust financial fair play penalty, and also for the way in which Uefa treated fans who had already booked trips to Moscow before they closed CSKA’s stadium for racist incidents.
Coach Manuel Pellegrini believes the fans may keep up their booing at City’s Champions League second leg against PSG.
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PSG coach Laurent Blanc says Manchester City scored from their only two chances in the game to earn a 2-2 draw against his side.
The result means Manuel Pellegrini’s team have two crucial away goals going in to their Champions League quarter-final second leg.
Blanc said: “I think we conceded goals from the only two chances they had but we could have scored three or four ourselves.”
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When the Champions League quarter-finals were announced, none were more pleased than Real Madrid, who thought they had been drawn against the weakest team in the draw.
However the German side’s 2-0 victory quickly put that theory to bed and no one was more pleased with the result than Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola.
After years of Clasico battles while in charge of Barcelona, the fluent German-speaker could not hide his delight at a press conference when quizzed on his thoughts regarding the result.
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