Kevin De Bruyne has warned his Manchester City teammates that they aren't through to the next round yet following their brilliant victory over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
City went behind against the run of play in the first leg of the Champions League last-16 tie, but De Bruyne inspired the side to an historic comeback.
The brilliant Belgian set up the equaliser after his tricky footwork and whipped cross resulted in Gabriel Jesus nodding in and he would go on to score the winner with a coolly dispatched penalty.
It was a great performance and result for the Blues, but De Bruyne has cautioned that the tie isn't over yet.
"It's a big team and a big stadium and we know that Madrid is one of the favourites but I think we came here with a goal to have a good performance today, that's what we did," De Bruyne told BT Sport.
"We're only halfway there, it's going to be an important game at home but now we have Sunday, a final, so now we have to recover as quick as possible and be ready to win on Sunday."
Pep Guardiola surprised many before the match with his team selection, as City lined up in an unusual formation with Jesus on the left and De Bruyne playing as a 'false 9'.
De Bruyne has admitted that, even four seasons in, Guardiola continues to surprise the team as well.
"I think in the four years we are here with Pep sometimes there are some surprises, even the players they don't really know until the game starts what we need to do," he added.
"Some were good, we had some lesser moments but in a quality game like this you're going to struggle sometimes but we fought really well together.
"I think it was a very good start for the first game, I think the first 15 minutes we struggled a bit but you have to go through the storm and then pretty even first-half.
"We started the second-half really well and the goal comes at a little bit of a bad moment, because I think we were dominating at the time. But our response was brilliant, a beautiful goal from Gabby [Jesus] and the second goal we score with the penalty was very important. It's a really good start for us."