Manchester City will face Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League for the second year in a row, giving them a chance for revenge after their dramatic defeat last season. City won the first leg 4-3 at home, but conceded two goals in the final minutes of the second leg at the Bernabeu, resulting in a 6-5 aggregate triumph for Real Madrid. This year, City is feeling more confident after their 4-1 aggregate win over Bayern Munich. Pep Guardiola, City's manager, believes that to win the Champions League, his team must beat Real Madrid. Former City defenders Nedum Onuoha and Joleon Lescott also think that City will use last year's defeat as motivation. The winners of the semi-final will face either AC Milan or Inter in the final. Manchester City, who are chasing a trophy treble, are in a strong position to win the Champions League, according to former players Owen Hargreaves, Rio Ferdinand, and Stephen Warnock.