Real Madrid v Manchester City
Santiago Bernabéu, 4th May 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to full training after missing the first leg and is expected to return to the starting XI. The competition’s all-time top scorer – with 93 goals – missed the goalless first leg with a hamstring strain. The former Manchester United forward, 31, has netted 47 goals in all competitions this season and is the leading scorer in the Champions League with 16, one shy of his record from Real’s victorious 2013-14 campaign.
A 0-0 draw was by no means a bad result for Manchester City in the home leg last week. However, they have it all to do against a Real Madrid side that are very strong at home. In fact, Madrid haven’t conceded at home in a Champions League match in nearly a year, a run that stretches back five matches.
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