Manchester City will take a 4-3 lead into the second leg of their tie against Real Madrid

following an extraordinary encounter at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday.

It was a fantastic game for both sides. We did many good things. 

Unfortunately we conceded goals and we could not score more.

But it is two games and we have another one in one week," said City manager Pep Guardiola.

City took the lead after 94 seconds, the fastest goal scored in a Champions League semi-final

with Kevin De Bruyne's superb diving header after Riyad Mahrez made a piercing run 

at the Real defence, switched inside and then delivered a killer cross.

It was the first time that 13-times European champions Real had conceded two goals

so quickly in the Champions League and another looked on the cards.