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Tiemoue Bakayoko's superb header fired Monaco into the Champions League quarterfinals as Wednesday's 3-1 victory condemned Pep Guardiola's Manchester City to a painful exit on away goals.Trailing 5-3 from the first leg in England, teenage starlet Kylian Mbappe put Monaco ahead on the night after just eight minutes at the Stade Louis II and Brazilian midfielder Fabinho converted the home side's second just before the half hour.Leroy Sane's 71st-minute goal handed City a 6-5 advantage on aggregate, but Bakayoko turned home Thomas Lemar's free-kick 13 minutes from time as Monaco claimed a famous win.Guardiola had emphasized the best form of defense would be attack for City, yet the visitors struggled to settle and Monaco grabbed their second goal on 29 minutes.
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