It’s a huge question, considering the fact that the Etihad club’s manager Pep Guardiola has failed to win the title despite spending so much money in the last couple of years trying to win the one trophy he has not been able to lift in his Manchester City career. In the previous seasons, the Citizens have been trying to get their hands on this particular trophy, but have not been able to do so, unfortunately.
In the last few seasons, Pep has not been able to move past the quarter-final stages of the competition, but now, he has finally broken that curse and has now guided his side to the semi-final of the tournament for the first time since taking up the Manchester City job. The goal now is clear: go as far as clinching the one title they have not been able to win in their history. Now the big question is whether Guardiola will be the manager to cement his name in the history of Manchester City as the first man to guide them to a UEFA Champions League victory.
City knocked out German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund out of the quarter-finals over two legs as they secured a 4-2 aggregate score over the German outfit. They won the first leg 2-1 at the Etihad stadium and secured the same scoreline away from home at the Signal Iduna Park in Germany to confirm their semi-final appearance.
They now face French side Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-final and an equally motivated side also looking to cinch their first-ever UCL title. Both sides will go all out to secure the title, which makes the tie a very interesting one to watch.