Fuming Guardiola blames referees for City's Euro exit

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The Reds sealed an impressive 2-1 victory over the Citizens at The Etihad on Tuesday night to wrap up a 5-1 aggregate win and seal Liverpool FC's place in the semi-finals.

Pep Guardiola's spending at Manchester City could top £600 million in two years as he targets three more players this summer in a bid to address successive Champions League failures and build on the club's domestic dominance.

The frustration for Liverpool is that they have not been able to convert that into more of a challenge on the domestic front, trailing City by 17 points in the league.

The second Liverpool charge could spell trouble for the Reds, who were widely criticised for their reception of the Manchester City bus last week.

It paid off at first, with Gabriel Jesus putting City ahead after just 2 minutes.

"Of course Klopp said "Yes you are sitting too deep because you are not pushing up".

"Whoever we get in the next round it doesn't matter", he said. I was expecting something like that but I liked the reaction immediately after that.

However, that does not mean they head into the semis with any sort of inferiority complex.

With the cause looking lost for the hosts, Firmino robbed Walker on the edge of the area and stroked a low finish past Ederson to send the travelling fans into delirium and seal a miserable 10 days for City.

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Juventus took advantage of Madrid's depleted defense, which had 21-year-old Jesus Vallejo playing alongside Raphael Varane . Again Mandzukic jumped higher than Dani Carvajal as he nodded between Navas' right hand and the near post.

Manchester City scored the early goal it needed.

There were heroic performances from Dejan Lovren and Virgil van Dijk in defence, in contrast to a Nicolas Otamendi horror show in the second half, who gifted Roberto Firmino the second goal.

"It's different when the first goal in Anfield is offside", Guardiola said.

Kevin De Bruyne tested Loris Karius with a low drive in the 27th minute and the home side had an appeal for a penalty turned down when former Liverpool forward Sterling went down in the box with Andy Robertson's arms around him.

Liverpool was charged with four offenses for the attack, which left City's coach with shattered windows. He said, "From Milner it came?'".

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shot over on a rare Liverpool attack before the visitors survived another scare just before the interval as Sane had a goal chalked off.

As the teams came off, Guardiola's protests about Sane's disallowed goal resulted in him being sent to the stands for the second half.

"There's no flawless team, but this is a team that could easily win this competition".

"But whoever we get will find it hard to come to Anfield and score some goals".

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