With a win over Paris St.-Germain, City worked past some demons and headed to the Champions League final.
MANCHESTER, England — In those last few minutes, even with the game sealed and a place in the final secure, Manchester City’s staff and substitutes could not sit still. They pulsed with energy. They roared at every poor challenge. They demanded action from the referee for every transgression. They cheered every completed pass.
As the clock ticked into injury time, they fretted and fidgeted when Paris St.-Germain won a free kick within sight of Éderson’s goal. They cheered when it sailed over. The voice of Mark Sertori, the club’s longstanding masseur, bellowed out
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