Manchester City star Bernardo Silva cautioned that given his side’s acceptable place in the last-16 connection the Champions League, Real Madrid couldn’t be discount.
In the primary leg of their February series, the Premier League giant stunned Madrid 2-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials are allegedly trusting that in August, the Champions League could return.
Silva is cautious of Barcelona, which has won three of the last four Champions League titles amid the City’s solid place.
Silva added: “It’s all open. Nothing is ever guaranteed when you face a team like Madrid. We’ve seen a ton of ties pivot in the past barely any years. Take a gander at Barca last year, beat Liverpool 3-0 and then lose 4-0. You never know.
“It’s a decent outcome and we’re in a great situation to break through to the quarterfinals. It’s a tough match, and we will have to play well and maintain our core interest.”
Having made sure about the past two championships of the Premier League amid several other residential qualifications, City is having a first crown in the Champions League.
Silva said the men of Pep Guardiola were eager just because to claim the Champions League.
“We won everything in England in the last three years, we won all four English titles last season, we won the Super Cup and the League Cup this year, we are still in the FA Cup and we want to win that,” he said.