Bernardo Silva is eager for the £54m Manchester City player to perform at his peak against Real Madrid.

Bernardo Silva’s assertion applies universally to all his teammates, irrespective of whether they feature in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final.

Manchester City are acutely aware that a match against Real Madrid remains uncertain until the final whistle blows, given the Spanish giants’ formidable history in the competition. This historical prowess often grants them a psychological advantage over their opponents, especially in the Champions League. Consequently, Real Madrid possesses a remarkable ability to orchestrate dramatic comebacks, exemplified by Sergio Ramos’ late equalizing header in their 4-1 triumph over Atletico Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final.

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