Man City star Zack Steffen shares wild dressing room scenes after PSG win

Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffen gave a sneak peak of the wild dressing-room scenes after they booked their place in the Champions League final on Tuesday night.

Pep Guardiola’s men brushed aside the challenge of Paris St-Germain in the semi-finals, following up a 2-1 win away from home in the first leg with a comfortable 2-0 win at home in the second.

Riyad Mahrez was the hero for City in both matches, scoring the winner in Paris last week before netting both of their goals on Tuesday.

Angel di Maria also saw red for the visitors with 20 minutes remaining in the tie, ensuring a late comeback would prove out of their reach.

City are now in the Champions League final for the first time in their history, and after reaching the showpiece their players erupted into wild celebrations in the dressing room.

In a video uploaded on social media by backup goalkeeper Steffen, the likes of Kyle Walker, John Stones, Aymeric Laporte and members of the coaching staff can be seen singing and dancing in jubilant fashion.

City were comfortably the better side in Tuesday’s second leg, with PSG’s frustrations boiling over as the tie slipped away from them in Manchester.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side picked up four bookings at the Etihad, while Di Maria was also given his marching orders for two yellow cards as the French champions lost their cool.

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  • After proving the match-winner for City, Mahrez told BT Sport: “They lost their nerves and then they started kicking us, they had a red card and then it was more comfortable for us.”

    However, PSG midfielder Marco Veratti has sensationally claimed that he was told “f*** you” by referee Bjorn Kuipers as tempers flared on Tuesday night.

    “The referee told me ‘f*** you’ twice,” he said after the game. “If I do that, I get a 10 match ban.”

    Former Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera also claimed that team-mate Leandro Paredes received similar comments, saying: “We are told about respect, about respect with the referees. He said ‘f*** off' to Paredes.

    “If we say that, of course we get four matches (banned).”

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