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Tom Rostance

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  1. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    A goalless draw, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Or is it a cracking result?The pundits seem divided, as do the fans. 

    We shall of course see how it pans out next week. Until then, adios!

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    No David Silva next week then, a chance for Yaya Toure to come up big when it matters again?

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    SMS Message: Having spent my life seeing everyone but City in the later stages of the Champions League it is great to get this far and have a fighting chance in the second leg. Sure, it wasn't pretty, but with such high stakes it was a good result. from Andy in Manchester.
    Andy in Manchester.
  4. 'Silva will not be fit'

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    David Silva

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini: "We played a very intense game and defended well. We tried to create until David Silva got injured then we lost the ball too much. If you cannot win then a 0-0 draw is good.

    "We knew they were going to play a slow game and that is why we pressed as a team. When we had the ball, we could not make the difference. We could not score.

    "This season we have played very well away. Now we go to the Bernabeu with the same attitude as playing at home. Real Madrid must attack a little bit more. You cannot take too much from the first leg, we can see from the second leg who will go through.

    "David Silva has a hamstring injury and will not be fit in one week."

  5. 'We miss you'

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Cristiano ROnaldo

    Real Madrid have won just 43% of their Champions League games without Cristiano Ronaldo since 2009-10 (3/7), and 71% with him on the pitch.

    Will he be fit next week?

  6. Metronomic Modric

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

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    SMS Message: However intimidating Real's record at the Bernabéu, this result gives City a platform to build on. Real have players which can hurt them - but so do City. They just need one goal - ONE goal - in the Spanish capital and they're in a fantastic position. City are good travellers anyway, and having a positive record away from home in Europe can only give you further reason for optimism. from Chris Green in Huddersfield.
    Chris Green in Huddersfield.
    SMS Message: Very cagey game, but what was expected, it's Madrid who have great attacking talent. Neither team wanted to concede first and tried scoring second. Expect a completely opposite game next week. KDB looked shattered towards the end. from Sam, Manchester.
    Sam, Manchester.
    SMS Message: People complaining about the score don't understand European football. At home in the first leg, don't concede. Simple. from Des
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    Malcolm Elford: What's with all the negativity here? City are still well and truly in the competition. In one game anything can happen.

    Dav Gaddu: Real Madrid's pedigree tells us that 9 times out of 10 they beat all at home in a second leg, Man City will hope to be the one

  9. Next week's task...

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid


  10. 'We can be proud'

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Gareth Bale and Vincent Kompany

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany: "0-0 is a very dangerous scoreline. From the moment we manage to score in Madrid, it will be very different. It is hard to keep a clean sheet against such an attacking team. We can be proud of what we have achieved in this first leg.

    "They tried to hit us on the break and Joe Hart had to make some saves off set pieces."

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart: "We are not disappointed with the result. Bring it on.

    "We are ready. We have a brilliant squad who are coming to fruition. Big game next week, simple as."

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    Liz Tray: Missed opportunity. Poor final ball all round. We're still in it, and the defence did well. But it's going to be very tough now

    Neil: If Man City play like that in the second leg and Ronaldo is back it could be a cricket score to Madrid

  12. 'A rumble in Madrid'

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart: "We've set it up for a good, old fashioned rumble at the Bernabeu."

    Joe Hart
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    SMS Message: City should have gone for it more, Madrid should have Ronaldo back and will beat them easily at the Bernabeu, great chance missed. from Gavin from Milton Keynes.
    Gavin from Milton Keynes.
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    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    The second leg takes place in Real Madrid next Wednesday. Cancel your plans. 

  15. 'Tactically spot on'

    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Robbie Savage

    Ex-Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "City in Europe, got it tactically spot on. They kept a nice shape and Joe Hart made two crucial saves to keep City in the tie.

    "Going to the Bernabeu, where Real Madrid have not conceded yet this season, City will fancy nicking a goal.

    "Hart was City's best player by making those saves, the one from Pepe was stunning.

    "Real should have scored twice from set pieces. Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi were good generally throughout the game though."

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    Mr Zackss: Wolfsburg took a two-goal lead to Spain but got slated at the Bernabeu. City shouldn’t think this is a good result either.

    Mark Press: Contrary to what some people might think, going to Madrid with a 0-0 aggregate score is a great result for City.

    Howe Pundit: Were it West Brom or Villa playing out this kind of game we would be up in arms about how poor the game. It has been diaobolical


    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Goalless. Pretty much chanceless.

    We go again at the Bernabeu... 

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    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Kevin de Bruyne fires in the free-kick and Keylor Navas turns it away. His first save of the night...


    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    Kevin de Bruyne skins Dani Carvajal - who is booked.

    One last chance...

    Kevin de Bruyne
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    Man City 0-0 Real Madrid

    We've not seen much from Raheem Sterling since he came on but he has a half sight of goal after a good ball from Sergio Aguero, his first touch has to be perfect but it isn't and Pepe steams over to make a great interception.