Sergio Aguero believes Manchester City are back where they belong, he might have spoken too early.
Manchester City played out a 2-2 draw against PSG at the Parc des Princes, grabbing vital away goals in the quarterfinal fixture.
City have lost any chance of winning the EPL, after a bad run of form saw them lose their standing, but Aguero says their latest performance was much more in keeping with expectations.
“City are back where they have to be,” he told reporters after the match, “but we still have work to do. Nothing is certain. PSG are a great team and we have work to do.”
Uefa tweeted after the match that 79.4 per cent of teams to have taken a 2-2 draw into a home second leg have gone on to qualify for the next round.
But Aguero is not interested in the numbers: “You can’t pay too much attention to statistics. We just have to play our best and try to win. They have good players which makes for a complicated [challenge], but we were also able to score two goals against a defence that is very strong.”
He added: “I am happy with the result. It was a fair tie. It was important that we scored a goal as visitors and as luck would have it, we did.”
“We can’t take anything for granted. We have 90 minutes more and we must do our best in City.”