Ja Morant’s all-time dunk in the NBA playoffs doesn’t even seem real
Malik Beasley is a brave man. The Minnesota Timberwolves guard didn’t need to try to take a charge with Ja Morant barreling down the lane and loading up for a poster dunk.
He could have let Morant have his slam uncontested, or he could have tried to foul him before he went up.
Of the seven scores, only Karim Benzema tallied multiple goals on the night to jump past Robert Lewandowski for the Champions League
But it was City that will take a 4–3 victory into the Santiago Bernabéu for the semifinal second leg.
Less than two minutes into the game, Kevin De Bruyne sent the Etihad into a frenzy with his goal to put City ahead.
Real Madrid had yet to even leave its own half when the goal came, courtesy of a cross into the box from Riyad Mahrez.
De Bruyne made a brave diving header with a defender barreling toward him for his fifth goal in the last eight games.
Man City, Real Madrid Duel in Champions League Semifinal