Pep Guardiola hints to make some changes in the second leg.
The Cityzens drew 1-1 against Real Madrid away at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
Vinicius Junior opened the dreadlock on the night with a superb strike. But then Kevin De Bruyne also scored a brilliant goal to bring things back level.
Guardiola’s men avoided defeat and will have home advantage in the second leg.
The former Barca manager would review the footage and will decide on making any changes in the second leg of the tie to find more space to play Haaland.
“We will watch the match and try because in the first half it was good for the first leg but it didn’t have that aggression to score. We expect to adjust a bit in the second leg. I have a bit of an idea on what we need to do,” said Guardiola.
“It’s a play-off now. We know exactly what they have done. Maybe we will adjust something, maybe not.
“We have to see if we can defend a little bit better in some departments and attack because [Toni] Rudiger was so close to Erling and it was not easy to find spaces for Erling but we will try to adjust something maybe in the second leg.”