Man City’s team of heroes show imploding PSG what it takes to reach the final

MANCHESTER CITY 2-0 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN (4-1 agg.): There were heroes in light blue shirts all over the pitch as Pep Guardiola’s side progressed to the Champions League final

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It is unlikely to be the cheeriest of Sunday nights at the Emirates given both sides could be put out of their misery, whether in avoiding the drop or chasing the Europa League, by full time. Sam Allardyce will have West Brom fired up for one last go but Mikel Arteta must raise his troops after the disastrous aggregate defeat to Villarreal. Eddie Nketiah may be among the players who get a chance to convince their manager they still have a long-term future at Arsenal. Nick Ames

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