I've seen a few of the press reports of last night's game suggesting that the performance and result will change our relationship, as fans, with the competition. Guardiola's also made it pretty clear that he wants us to move on from booing the anthem and to start to embrace the tournament. The atmosphere last night was certainly the best it's been for a Champions League game, and I'm sure that was a factor in the eventual outcome. Are the journalists right, or is it a bit condescending to suggest that we only enjoy it when we're winning and performing well? Our grievances with UEFA certainly run a lot deeper than that. Indeed, the refereeing last night seems to have just added to the sense of injustice many City fans feel. Has last night changed the way you feel about CL football, or will we always have an issue with the competition because of the organising body?