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Jose Mourinho has questioned the actions of Manchester City's Sergio Aguero after Marouane Fellaini was sent off during last night's Manchester derby.
The Argentinian forward fell to the ground after a supposed headbutt from the Belgian midfielder. Fellaini had been booked for a rash challenge just seconds earlier, but received a straight red card from referee Martin Atkinson after the incident with Aguero.
United managed to hold on with ten men to earn a goalless draw. United manager Jose Mourinho spoke about the incident in his post-match press conference.
I saw Aguero in the tunnel and no broken nose, no broken head, his face is nice as always. I'm not so sure, I think if Sergio doesn't go the floor, for sure it's not a red card.
Meanwhile City manager Pep Guardiola refused to criticise United's style of play.
City enjoyed much of the possession, especially in what became a one-sided second half. The Etihad Stadium briefly erupted in the dying stages of the game when substitute Gabriel Jesus headed past De Gea. However United were saved by the linesman's flag.
The former Barcelona manager was left to bemoan missed chances to win the game.
We made absolutely everything, not just in the last three, four, six, seven minutes with ten against eleven. We tried but it was not enough again,
The draw leaves both sides with work to do to claim a top four finish.
Players from Manchester City’s men’s and women’s teams joined Year 5 students from E-ACT Blackley Academy to mark a new literacy project designed to bring learning to life through a series of football-themed activities.
John Stones, Kelechi Iheanacho and Manchester City Women’s Jill Scott, Lucy Bronze and Karen Bardsley joined students as they reviewed match day footage before helping to write up reports. The students then had the opportunity to ask the players questions using their upskilled vocabulary.
The ‘City Stars’ project was created to build children’s confidence in reading, writing and spoken language using examples from the world of football. It is supported by Etihad Airways, along with the Premier League and Professional Footballers' Association.
During the six-week project, youngsters are encouraged to write match reports for the City in the Community Gazette, use descriptive words in their City commentary sessions and take part in a specially designed quiz on the Etihad Stadium tour.
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Claudio Bravo has denied he is unhappy at Manchester City or wants to leave the club.
The Chile goalkeeper has recently lost his place in the City side after a run of poor form.
The 33-year-old has failed to make an impact since being controversially signed to replace England number one Joe Hart earlier this season.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of Chile's World Cup qualifier against Venezuela, the former Barcelona keeper said: "It's all false, that I'm looking for another place to play, because I want to leave, things that are not true.
"I'm happy in England and so is my family. Many examples of fake news have come out."
Manchester City have accepted a Football Association charge of misconduct relating to the behaviour of players in last weekend's game against Liverpool.
The club were charged with failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion following a controversial penalty decision in the second half of Sunday's 1-1 Premier League draw at the Etihad Stadium.
City, who were given until Friday to respond, have now indicated they will plead guilty. The case will be heard by an independent regulatory commission in due course.
Manchester City have been warned by their manager that they must attack in the Champions League tonight.
Pep Guardiola believe that attempts to sit on their lead against Monaco will end in defeat.
City carry a 5-3 aggregate lead into the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against the Ligue 1 leaders after a pulsating clash between the two attack-minded sides in Manchester last month.
Manager Guardiola admitted after the first leg his side were unlikely to be able to contain Monaco at Stade Louis II and he maintains attack will be their best form of defence.
Monaco have scored 123 goals in all competitions this season and their loss to City at the Etihad Stadium was their only reverse in 17 games since mid-December.
"Taking the ball and attacking as much as possible is the only way I know to beat this type of team.
"If one team scores 124 goals (actually 123) and you are thinking about only defending for 90 minutes because we won one game 5-3, you kill yourself.
"Monaco are a team created to attack and our team is created to attack, or at least to score goals, so in that way it will be a great game. I invite people to come here and see a good game."
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