Barcelona Vs Manchester City are tied in a charity match at Camp Nou.

Manchester City and Barcelona

drew 3-3 in stoppage time

on Wednesday.

91,062 people watched.

The match raised money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the most common form of motor neurone disease (MND). Former Barca goalkeeper and coach Juan Carlos Unzue was diagnosed with ALS in 2020.

City's Julian Alvarez scored in the 21st minute, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Frenkie de Jong turned the game around.

Cole Palmer equalised for City, but Memphis Depay, who has been advised to find a new club by next week, scored in stoppage time.

Unzue took the honorary kickoff from his wheelchair on the pitch before joining Guardiola in the City dugout.

Both teams changed from previous games. Jules Kounde, who isn't registered for LaLiga due to Barca's spending cap, began for the home side, as did Aubameyang.

Barca began fast. Franck Kessie and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both hit the post. City scored after Raphinha's attempt was blocked.

Memphis restored Barca's lead after Sergi Roberto's effort before an injury to City's Luke Mbete forced a 10-minute stoppage.

Haaland's fall and Mahrez's penalty helped City draw in stoppage time.