Manchester City is so close to reaching the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time. The Sky Blues just need to hold off Dynamo Kiev in their Round of 16 match on March 15. Can Man City do it? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every thrilling second so click to watch!
Since Manchester City scored three goals in the first Champions League game against Dynamo Kiev, the team may have punched their ticket to the soccer tournament’s quarterfinal! But the boys from Kiev aren’t going down without a fight! Will the Dynamos rain on the Sky Blue’s parade?
Man City hopes to give the hometown crowd a reason to cheer when Dynamo Kiev (aka Dynamo Kyiv) travels to City of Manchester stadium on March 15. The atmosphere will be a little louder than the last game, which was played in an empty arena. If you’re ready to shout along with the game, the action starts at 3:45 P.M. EST. It’ll be as hot as the Hottest Hunks of the soccer field. Either way, be sure you’re all set to watch!
During the first of two Round of 16 matches on Feb. 24, Man City was on fire, scoring three goals to take the game, per Bleacher Report. The only way that Dynamo can advance is if they score three goals themselves, while preventing the Sky Blues from scoring just once. Cheer on Man City with your official jersey, which you can get here.
“I think we have improved in the competition because before I arrived here this group didn’t qualify for the last 16,” Man City’s manager, Manuel Pellegrini, 62, told reporters on March 14. The most important thing is to know that we are not already qualified. We play against a big team who know how to play this type of game, so that for me is the first target of the club.” If Manuel needs to get his team into the game, he should blast unlimited and ad-free streaming music, which you can get here.
While Man City is going all out, that doesn’t have the Dynamos sweating. “We will try to rid ourselves of the nerves,” Serhiy Rebrov, 41, coach of Kiev, said ahead of the match, per UEFA.com. “I think we have a chance provided the players don’t feel nervous. If they are relaxed they will create chances. We will fight for a result, regardless of the result of the first leg.” Show your support for the Dynamos by wearing an official t-shirt, which you can get here.
For this game, The Sky Blues will be without Fabian Delph, 26, and Kevin De Bruyne, 24, who are injured. Jose Tasende (aka Angelino) is out on suspension. Dynamo Kiev is in rough shape, as they have seven players riding the bench with injuries, including Oleksandr Rybka, 28, and Mykola Morozyuk, 28.
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