He delivered yet another sensational performance for his side with the 23-year-old blowing fans away following the match too.
The Portuguese brilliantly articulated City's victory as supporters hailed the superstar defender as a future captain.
He touched on the character of the team in the first leg in Paris and the mentality the squad possess this campaign.
Asked about Kevin De Bruyne's excellence, Dias replied by rattling off the importance of each player.
"When the difficult times come we step up."- Champions League on CBS Sports (@UCLonCBSSports) May 4, 2021
Rúben Dias on Man City's performance in the second leg :speaking_head: pic.twitter.com/lHHOvx33ZE
Fans on social media loved Dias' post-match interview.
One social media user wrote: "Honestly he speaks like a captain. I wouldn't be surprised to see him captain city in a year. 23 years old. He has improved the whole squad."
A second tweeted: "Insane maturity and leadership for just 23 years old."
A third added: "At 23 he's so mature, calm, intelligent and slick with it."
:white_check_mark: Outstanding leadership- UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) May 4, 2021
:white_check_mark: Defensive organisation
:white_check_mark: Sensational blocks
:top: Rúben Dias takes the plaudits after a brilliant semi-final display :clap:
:point_right: You can vote for @rubendias to win the Player of the Week prize when the poll opens on Wednesday night...#UCLPOTM ' #UCL pic.twitter.com/nt8LTmzpIL
Speaking after the game, Rio Ferdinand praised the defensive partnership between Dias and John Stones.
"They're actually playing like a pair which is a really important factor when you're a centre-back pairing," he told BT Sport.
"You've got to play together, it's not about me, me, me, it's about we, us.
"I played my best football when I knew who I was playing with week-in, week-out.
"Once you get a relationship with someone, you get to know their movements and you can feed off that."
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