In a game played in unusual snow, the brilliant Riyad Mahrez covered a sweeping move started by goalkeeper Ederson’s 60-yard pass to extend their 2-1 advantage from the first leg in Paris.
PSG took a heavy blow before kick-off when world-class striker Kylian Mbappé was confined to the bench due to an injury. They did not lack effort or intention and had early hope when a penalty kick was awarded for a handball by Oleksandr Zinchenko before it was correctly destroyed, but with Neymar suppressed and City throwing bodies on the line in defense, Mauricio’s side was able to Pochettino can’t find a way. through.
Mahrez punished them again just after the hour when he handed Phil Foden’s cross at the far post to effectively end the match.
PSG, as they did when Idrissa Gueye was sent off late in the first leg, lost their discipline and Angel di Maria was red carded for a meaningless mark on Fernandinho after a tangle of the sidelines.
City were in full control avoiding further mishaps in setting up the Champions League final that she and manager Pep Guardiola crave, against Chelsea or Real Madrid in Istanbul on May 29.