Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has stated he would not like to be in Real Madrid’s position, after they played out a 1-1 draw at the Etihad.
Real Madrid failed to create any concrete chances in the absence of prolific goalscorer, Cristiano Ronaldo, who is injured.
Both sides will play for a spot in the final, when they face at the Bernabeu next week Wednesday.
“I expect us to score a goal and, if we do, it will be really interesting,” Kompany told City’s official website.
“We’ve got a really good away record in the Champions League. Nil-nil, if it was an away game for me, I would not feel comfortable.
“We’re still an offensive team, who are always looking to score goals. If we don’t manage to score a goal anyway, what claim can we make in getting to the final?”
City have kept a clean sheet in each of their three home games in this season’s knockout stage but Kompany admitted they had Joe Hart to thank for the latest shutout after a couple of lapses at set-piece situations.
“I thought we struggled on one or two set-pieces and Joe did great,” he added.
“At this level, you’re expected to have a top goalkeeper behind you and he did his job, like he always does for us.”