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City Look Forward After Champions League Penalty Heartbreak

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Manchester City defender Ruben Dias vowed to move forward after the team’s gut-wrenching Champions League exit on penalties to Real Madrid. Despite a dominant performance, City fell short in the shootout following a 4-4 aggregate draw.

Dominant Display Ends in Disappointment

Dias acknowledged the team’s control throughout the match but lamented the penalty missteps. “We dominated the game, the whole game,” he said. “In the end, you go to penalties, but the effort was there. We had our chances. It’s obviously a difficult one to take.”

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United in Moving Forward

The defender emphasized the importance of learning from the setback and focusing on the remaining competitions. “There’s only one way, the way is forward,” Dias declared. “We won’t have much time to rest. It’s a busy part of the season. We know that now is the moment to be strong, especially in the head, now that we’re fighting for two very important competitions.”

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Pep Guardiola, Manchester City Manager, talks to the players of Manchester City prior to the start of extra time in the UEFA Champions League second leg quarter-final match between Manchester City and Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England. Wednesday 17th April 2024. (Photo by Jon Super / action press)

Focus on the FA Cup

City will channel their energy into their upcoming FA Cup semi-final clash against Chelsea. This crucial match presents an opportunity to bounce back and secure another trophy.

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