Algerian international, Riyad Mahrez displayed the confidence reposed in him by Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola in their two leg Champions League win over Paris St. Germain on Tuesday.
The 30-year-old scored twice in the second leg to propel the citizens into their first ever UEFA Champions League finals.
Pep Guardiola’s side showed why investment pays in the long run with the entire squad displaying quality.
City goalkeeper, Ederson started the onslaught after sending a 60-yard pass to set up Mahrez for City’s opener with just 11 minute played.
Mahrez was on hand to put the game beyond the reach of PSG on the 63rd minute.
He was teed off by England youngster, Phil Foden to slot home the second goal of the night at the Etihad to finish the game 2-0.
City qualify to the their first ever finals in 4-1 aggregate having beaten the French side 2-1 in the first leg in Paris.
Mahrez who had tough time adjusting at City at a point, scored the second goal in the first leg after Kevin de Bruyne had opened the flood gate.
PSG’s hope were further dashed when Argentina international, Angel Di Maria was sent off for an unsportsmanlike action off the pitch on the 69th minute.
Manchester City will face the winner between Real Madrid and Chelsea in Istanbul on May 29.