The Spaniard scored his timely second goal in the competition just after 65 minutes to give Guardiola's team a crucial lead.

Manchester City celebrated a key goal by Rodri in the tournament's semi-finals, and they did so in the title clash in even more spectacular fashion,

The holding midfielder had a massive contribution to the game with his opening goal for Guardiola's side, and he did so just when the English club needed it the most, as Inter's defense had prevailed for over an hour before eventually giving in to Manchester City's pressure.

The Spaniard's goal was also good to see him joining an elite list of scorers when it comes to Spanish players, while also earning a piece of history in Manchester City's books with their first-ever goal in a UEFA Champions League final.

"MCI 1-0 INT - Massive hit by Rodri, who becomes the third Spanish player to score for a non-Spanish club in a UEFA Champions League final, following Xabi Alonso (2005) and Morata (2015)."

Have a look at Rodri's accurate finish to give Manchester City the lead (Image might be geo-restricted).