Leroy Sane admits feeling 'sorry' for his stunning free-kick against ex-club Schalke which helped 10-man Manchester City seal a dramatic 3-2 away win in the Champions League. City were in trouble at 2-1 down in the last 16, first-leg tie, playing with 10 men after Nicolas Otamendi was sent off on 68 minutes. The Germany winger, a product of Schalke's academy who left for City in 2016, came off the bench and smashed home a free-kick to equalise on 85 minutes in Gelsenkirchen. Raheem Sterling then tapped home City's superb winner on 90 minute, after a brilliant long-range pass from goalkeeper Ederson, to seal victory. "Yeah, I was a bit," Sane told reporters when asked if he was sorry to score against Schalke on Wednesday. "I couldn't really celebrate, of course I was pleased for my team, but to score a goal like that against my 'former love'..."