Published: Sun, August 18, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Sergio AGUERO, Erik LAMELA score for Manchester City, Tottenham

Sergio AGUERO, Erik LAMELA score for Manchester City, Tottenham

Guardiola and Aguero appeared to have a heated exchange after the Argentinian was substituted in the 66th minute of the 2-2 draw with Tottenham but the City boss insisted the issue had only been caused by a misunderstanding.

It was Jesus who forced a late victor only for VAR to rule Aymeric Laporte handled the ball in the build-up to his cool finish.

Under this season's clarified handball rules, the decision was correct. Sterling got 17 Premier League goals last term, one less than the season before.

"It was incredible it wasn't a penalty in the first half (for the foul on Rodri in the box) but VAR said it wasn't and then at the end they did".

"If we continue to play in that way we won't have regrets and that is the most important thing". When people say you can do better - better than this I don't know if it is possible. Tottenham created two chances and nothing else but unfortunately for us they scored them both. We played good, but we could not win. "It is just the beginning". The referee and VAR disallow it.

Agüero made his displeasure clear and, while it is never a surprise to see a player unhappy to be withdrawn, the dissent he showed to a clearly annoyed Guardiola was notable.

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"He believes that I was upset with him for the goal we conceded", said Guardiola. "But it is emotions, and that is part of the game". He is a guy I like. "We talked after and during, I love him a lot as a player".

City completely dominated the game, racking up 30 shots compared to Tottenham's three.

Mauricio Pochettino's side rarely looked like going on to win the match but they managed to keep City out despite some erratic goalkeeping from captain Hugo Lloris, who was making his 300th appearance for the club.

"It's always more hard in a big game but we nearly totally dominated them". That was so clear. The result reflects massive credit on the team, particularly as we are not a settled squad at the moment.

"But we need to accept a different era and technology is in football now".

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