Watch: Lionel Messi sent a hilarious text to Sergio Aguero after Real Madrid’s crazy comeback vs Manchester City

On the Champions League Semi-final night, Real Madrid kicked out Manchester City in a dramatic fashion with a 6-5 on aggregate.

The 13-time European champions showcased one of the greatest comebacks of all time in the 90th minute to beat Manchester City.

Meanwhile, former Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez were streaming the match together as Aguero showed an impudent text he got from PSG superstar Lionel Messi as Real Madrid scored their third goal against Manchester City in extra time.

Real Madrid got beaten in the first leg at Eithad stadium but they still managed to find a way to win and confirm their spot in the Champions League final for the 17th time.

Just like the rest of the football fans around the world, Aguero and Messi couldn’t quite believe it as Madrid scored their 3rd goal in the dying minutes of the game.

During a live stream with former Manchester City great Carlos Tevez, Aguero stated:

“Leo [Messi] sent me a message after Real Madrid’s third goal: ‘It’s a joke, it’s not possible.”

Last season Lionel Messi parted ways with his childhood club Barcelona and moved to Paris St Germain but still doesn’t want his old rival Real Madrid to win. 

As soon Karim Benzema scored the final goal, Aguero through live stream didn’t look happy at all after seeing his former club lose yet another Champions League semifinals.

It’s yet another season where Manchester City had failed to deliver the champions league trophy and will have to wait for the next season.

Even with one hand still on the Premier League title, the Manchester City boss was visibly gutted during his post-match press conference in Madrid.

“I have had defeats in the Champions League, I had tough defeats at Barcelona when we could not reach the final,” Guardiola said.

“But it is tough for us, I cannot deny that. We were so close to the Champions League final.

“We didn’t play well in the first half, we didn’t find our game. The second half was much better and after the goal, we had control.

“We found our game but unfortunately we could not finish. The players gave everything. We were so close.”