There was more wayward finishing from the Brazil striker as City's forwards queued up to get in on the act, with Bernardo Silva blazing over in the 81st minute to miss out on the goal his wonderful efforts merited.
"We can not compare, he's one of the most successful managers, he showed similar style and it's possible to play the way his team [do] in this competition".
"Our aim is obviously to build on the achievements of the previous year", City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak said.
Why City manager Pep Guardiola is "a football genius".
He said: "City wanted me".
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There was a blow for City when Aguero limped off ahead of the beginning of their Champions League campaign, but his replacement Gabriel Jesus nearly made an immediate impact, firing off target with his first touch after being found by Silva.
He made 161 appearances for Valencia between 2006-2010, during which time he became a key player for Spain, winning the European Championship in 2008 and the World Cup in 2010. Silva's first trophy with City was the 2010/11 FA Cup and has since added three Premier League titles, three League Cups and two Community Shields "That was the turning point for success", Silva added. Raheem Sterling left the England over the weekend with a back injury, but Pep Guardiola says the 23-year-old is healthy enough to return to selection for City. They were fast, strong and played a good football game. But, luckily, the team was doing really well and that helped me a lot.
However, he started for Manchester City against Fulham and opened the cards for the Cityzens.
Two more seasons at City?
Despite showing no signs of slowing down in the Premier League, the former Spanish worldwide only has two more seasons left on his contract at the Etihad, and admits he isn't sure of what his next move will be, despite the constant links with a return to his hometown club, Las Palmas.
The ex-Barcelona coach told a press conference (via Goal's Sam Lee): "I don't know what is his release clause". It depends how I feel physically and mentally. "But we will see how thing go in two years and take it all from there".