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Pep Guardiola breaks bad streak in Champions League semi-finals

Manchester City advanced to the first Final in their history as a club in the Champions League on Tuesday by eliminating PSG.

With the triumph, his technician Pep Guardiola snapped a losing streak of four consecutive eliminations in the UCL semifinals.

The Catalan reached the first Champions League final since 2010-11 and the third overall (also in 2008-09). He won the title in the two previous appearances (both with Barcelona).

City are the sixth English club to reach a UCL Final (from 1992-93) after Manchester United (4), Liverpool (4), Chelsea (2), Tottenham (1) and Arsenal (1).

The citizens also accumulate a streak of seven consecutive victories in UCL, extending the longest of the club in the European Cup.

Guardiola, likewise, won his 63rd match of the KO phase of the Champions League, breaking a tie with Carlo Ancelotti in the greatest amount of all time.

ESPN Stats & Information data was used in this story.

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