Manchester City’s Walker tries to catch up with Real Madrid in Champions League

London: Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker runs to join his team against Real Madrid in the return leg of the Champions League semi-finals, while Portuguese Joao Cancelo is one of the solutions in the right forward after returning from suspension. John Stones played temporarily as right-back in the first leg, which ended in City’s 4-3 win last week, but went out injured to avoid the return match in Madrid, while Brazilian Fernandinho participated in the exciting game in late, but Walker or Cancelo may be ready to meet. “Walker has trained and is preparing to travel and we will decide,” said coach Pep Guardiola. in a press conference today, Tuesday. The first leg, won by City 4-3, was one of the most exciting matches in the Champions League in several years, but Guardiola refused to reveal whether he would have chosen the same names. in attack or midfield. “This is not a guarantee that the same players will play the same way, the previous game is in the past,” he said. “Every game is completely different,” she added. He continued: “We can play much worse than we played in Manchester and win, nobody knows.” However, Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne will certainly start the match as a starting point. “The feeling of being ready towards the end of the season is always in discussion, but I feel good, I played well and played many games so I am happy, “said the Belgian midfielder. Manchester City failed to win the Champions League, despite the millions in Abu Dhabi, and lost the final of the last season against Chelsea. De Bruyne added: “If we win the title, it will change the way we see the team from the outside.” in all these years and we have reached the last stages it really shows that we are doing well, “he explained. He continued:” We have never won the title, but achieving it will change that vision. “(Dpa)