De Bruyne celebrates after scoring the game’s only goal. AFP / OLI SCARFF
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Manchester City reached the Champions League semifinals for the first time after Kevin De Bruyne's fine 76th-minute goal earned them a 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain Tuesday.With Angel di Maria operating in a free role, PSG had plenty of options in midfield and they made an assured start, City goalkeeper Joe Hart forced to make a finger-tip save from a zinging Ibrahimovic free-kick.But as City began to probe, so they exposed fissures in PSG's new-look defense and after Aguero had twice shot wide, a loose pass from auxiliary right-sided center-back Serge Aurier let Fernandinho set Aguero clear.
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