Inter kept on pressing for an equalizer, with Romelu Lukaku coming close, but some good defending and excellent goalkeeping kept the scoreline at 10 till fulltime.
Jack Grealish goes down with tears of Joy rolling down his cheeks, while Erling Braut Haaland took a stroll round the pitch in awe of the victory over Inter Milan.Advertisement
The result meant all Italian sides who made it to the final of European competitions this season finished second all through.
24 years after, Pep Guardiolas tutored City have equaled Manchester Uniteds record treble won in 1999 with a team led by Veteran manager Alex FergusonAdvertisement Advertisement
Manchester City on Saturday night defeated Inter Milan 10 In what turned out to be a historic affair, in the final of the UEFA Champions League at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul on Sunday.Advertisement
The win over Inter Milan helped City complete a historic treble and also win their first UCL crown for the first time in their history after many attempts.
Pep Guardiolas side began on a strong note, but suffered a change in the first half as an injured Kevin De Bruyne was replaced by Phil Foden.
With the departure of De Bruyne, City lost some momentum and entered halftime as the match remained goalless.Advertisement
With both sides battling it out in the second half, Rodri responded to a cutback and converted it to give his side a 10 lead.
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