What's this, a Champions League live stream at the weekend? Feels weird, doesn't it? But here we are - in the current world we live in, getting a Man City vs Real Madrid live stream sorted for tonight's game is the thing to do if you're a fan of the highest quality football going on the planet. It's a welcome return to Europe's elite club competition and tonight's game should make for an awesome start to an excellent weekend's worth of action; knowing how to live stream Man City vs Real Madrid is a great way to spend your Friday evening (or afternoon).
Knowing how to watch Man City vs Real Madrid tonight will get your sporting weekend off to a bang. Kick-off is at 8pm BST, with coverage starting on BT Sport in the UK at 7pm. That kick-off time translates as 3pm ET / 12pm PT for Stateside viewers and for anyone that's away from their BT subscription, due to being overseas or something, then remember to try this VPN deal which will enable you to access your BT sub like you're at home.
Man City couldn't match Liverpool in the Premier League this season, with the delayed end to the league only confirming the inevitable as Liverpool were crowned champions. However, it's not unreasonable to think that with Liverpool dominating the league for a long while, Man City have been concentrating on the Champions League instead, and ever since their 2-1 win over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu back in February have been masterminding their preparation for the Champions League - the elusive competition that is missing from Man City's ambitions and trophy cabinet, and that has eluded Pep for nine years. They'll come out of the blocks hot tonight as they look to double down on that advantage from the first leg.
Perennial European achievers Madrid, of course, intend to spoil Man City's plans by making a comeback in this second leg. They have the players with the quality that can enable them to do it and the pedigree and the know-how to, well, know how to do it. Looking to build upon their recent crowning as Spanish League champions last month, Real Madrid comes looking to restore their dominance in Europe's top competition. Their form suggests they'll be able to grab this game by the scruff of the neck and look to make a fist of it, despite the score (and away goal deficit). Knowing they must score at least two goals to match Man City's two away goals means they'll be looking to go weapons hot early on - if they get the first goal, we're in for a treat.
Given the free-scoring nature of these teams, there would be good odds to be had on goals galore - and quality goals at that - and, no matter who you support finding out how to live stream Man City vs Real Madrid and watch the Champions League online tonight is going to be an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours tonight.