Cumbrian teenager James Trafford was in the Manchester City squad that travelled to Dortmund to book a place in the Champions League semi-finals.

Goalkeeper Trafford, 18, was named in City's 22-man squad for the quarter-final second leg by boss Pep Guardiola.

Trafford, from Greysouthen near Cockermouth, was the Premier League club's third goalkeeper for the fixture, with Ederson starting and Zack Steffen in reserve.

It meant a place on the bench in Signal Iduna Park for the Cumbrian, as City won 2-1 to seal a 4-2 aggregate victory thanks to goals from Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden.

He had also been on the bench for the first leg at the Etihad Stadium.

Former Carlisle United academy prospect Trafford's latest involvement in the first-team scene is further evidence of how highly he is rated at City.

He has been on the books at the Etihad Stadium club since the age of 12, leaving the Blues' youth set-up to join the Premier League giants.

Trafford has come successfully through the ranks, earning England youth recognition and turning professional last year.

Guardiola recently said the 18-year-old was "growing really, really well" at the club.

The teenager, a regular in City's Elite Development Squad side, has been on the bench for City in Premier League and FA Cup games this season.

He also featured in the top-flight club's Papa John's Trophy campaign.