Manchester City have crashed out of the Champions League quarter-finals once again after losing 3-1 to Lyon.
Two goals in the last 10 minutes from substitute Moussa Dembele was enough for Lyon to do the damage Sky Sports reports.
Although there were controversies in the match, concerning a Dembele breakaway goal that VAR allowed to stand.
This occurred, despite an apparent foul in the build-up before Raheem Sterling missed an open goal moments before Dembele’s tap-in from Ederson’s error confirmed City’s shock exit.
Another interesting part of the match was how Maxwell Gornet was able to put his side ahead in the first half, after scoring four times against City in the past.
As with their group-stage meetings last season, City went into the game as huge favourites but Lyon once again caused an upset.
City looked the more likely to win in the spell of dominance that followed after a superb finish from Kevin De Bruyne (69) that hauled City level.
But Lyon had an ace up their sleeve in top scorer Dembele, who put the Ligue 1 side back ahead in the 79th minute.
City will once again feel aggrieved by VAR in the Champions League as the Frenchman was not penalised for a foul on Aymeric Laporte in the build-up.