I am the happiest man in the world: Andriy Lunin

Andriy Lunin has opened up following Real Madrid’s victory over Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals tie last night.

Andriy Lunin has opened up following Real Madrid’s victory over Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals tie last night. The aggregate scoreline of the game was 4-4 and the whites won in the penalties (4-3).

Lunin was an absolute hero for Madrid in the penalties as he saved two crucial penalties to send Real Madrid to the semifinals of the competition. “I am the happiest man in the world,” says Lunin after Madrid defeated Defending champions Manchester City last night

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In an UEFA Champions League quarter-finals clash between Real Madrid and Manchester City, goalkeeping activities performed by Andriy Lunin stole the show. With the aggregate scoreline tied up at 4-4, Real Madrid emerged victorious in the penalty shootout, securing their way to the semifinals with a 4-3 win on penalties.

Lunin, who was handed the responsibility of guarding Real Madrid’s goalpost in the absence of the injured Thibaut Courtois, played amazingly well.  The Ukrainian shot-stopper showed class as he denied two crucial penalties from Manchester City’s formidable attackers, ultimately proving to be the difference-maker in the tense shootout.

Following the dramatic victory, a jubilant Lunin expressed his elation, declaring, “I am the happiest man in the world.” His words had the smell of satisfaction and emotions he felt after the match, who celebrated their team’s huge win over the defending champions.