Goodness gracious. What a start to the second leg it’s been in Manchester. Raheem Sterling found the net five minutes into the match to even the aggregate at 1-1. Then just a few minutes later, Son Heung-Min restored the advantage for Spurs with his second in the tie. It was a nice finish that Ederson could possibly have done better with:
As if that wasn’t enough excitement for the first 10 minutes, Son went and scored again. This time it was an amazing curling finish that gave the Brazilian goalkeeper no chance:
¡¡GOOOOOOOOLLLLLL DE LOS SPURS!! ¡¡GOOOOOOOOLLLLLL DE LOS SPURS!! ¡¡GOOOOOOOOLLLLLL DE LOS SPURS!! Doblete de Son, volvió a vacunar.#LaChampionsUD: @ManCityES 1-2 @Spurs_ES (1-3)— Univision Deportes (@UnivisionSports) April 17, 2019
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Spurs then went and conceded another to make it 2-2 on the night and 3-2 to Spurs on aggregate with the better part of 80 minutes left. This may be one of the most fascinating beginnings to a match ... maybe ever?