Kevin De Bruyne brought Manchester City back into the game by scoring two goals and completing an incredible comeback to stun Real Madrid 2-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu in their Champions League round of 16 clash.
Madrid looked on course to win the contest after Isco’s finish early in the second half put them ahead, but De Bruyne has plans to spoil their party.
He first teamed up with Gabriel Jesus to open the scoring for Manchester City in the 78th minute, and then finished it from the spot five minutes later.
Sergio Ramos was sent off for preventing Jesus in the later stages of the game and he will now miss the second leg at the Etihad Stadium on March 17.
The two away goals which City scored will make them favourites to go through to the quarterfinals.
“It’s still not over,” Manchester City gaffer Pep Guardiola said to keep his team away from any complacency.
“If there is one team that can overcome this it is this club (Real Madrid) with their experience and their history,” he added.
“We know the situation,” said Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane. “We have to go there and win.”