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Real Madrid and Manchester City treated football fans to an enthralling Champions League encounter, culminating in a sensational 3-3 draw on Tuesday.

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Bernardo Silva opened the scoring for City within two minutes, but Real Madrid swiftly turned the tide with a Ruben Dias own goal and a rapid strike from Rodrygo, propelling them into a 2-1 lead just moments later.

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The second half was a showcase of breathtaking goals, with Phil Foden, Josko Gvardiol, and Federico Valverde all delivering sublime strikes. Foden’s rocket into the top corner and Gvardiol’s powerful effort left both goalkeepers helpless, while Valverde’s clinical finish set up a thrilling final ten minutes.

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The game began with a flurry of action, as Aurelien Tchouameni’s early booking was followed by Silva’s swift free-kick goal, catching Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin off guard.

Real Madrid responded swiftly, as Eduardo Camavinga’s deflected strike and Rodrygo’s low shot, also deflected, put them ahead within moments.

City pressed for an equalizer, with Foden and Jude Bellingham going close, before Foden’s exquisite strike restored parity.

Gvardiol then showcased his prowess with a stunning strike of his own, but Valverde ensured Madrid salvaged a point with his clinical finish.

Both sides pushed for a winner in the closing stages, but neither could find the decisive goal, leaving the tie finely poised ahead of the return leg.

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