Manchester City's title hopes suffered a setback last night after being held to a home draw by the league's bottom club Sunderland.
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Captain Vincent Kompany has said he feels Manchester City can hold their heads high after bowing out of the Champions League in Barcelona.
City failed in their bid to overturn a first-leg deficit as they were beaten 2-1 at the Nou Camp to go down 4-1 on aggregate in the last-16 tie.
"I think I speak for the team in saying we've got nothing left in the tank. We gave everything.
"Only the winners get remembered, but it's only the third year ever for Manchester City in the Champions League.
"I'm looking at this and I don't see why next year we should fear anyone."
Manchester City are hoping they can turn round a 2 goal deficit in the Champions league tonight.
They take on Barcelona at the Nou Camp in the last 16 second leg with boss Manuel Pellegrini still hopeful of a win.
The team won't be in the best of spirits though following their recent FA Cup defeat to Wigan.
Wigan Athletic boss, and former Man City hero, Uwe Rosler says Man City's recent Capital One Cup success makes them even more dangerous in their FA Cup quarter final.
Manchester City boss says he's watched the video of last year's FA Cup final defeat to Wigan but insists it will have no bearing on their quarter final match.
He adds that next week's Champions League trip to Barcelona will have no bearing on his team selection against Wigan.
It's Manchester City against Wigan on Sunday, in a repeat of last year's FA Cup final.
And it'll be an emotional occasion for a former blues hero.
It's more than a decade since Uwe Rosler was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. But he'll never forget the City fans who helped him beat it.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has been charged by UEFA for his comments about referee Jonas Eriksson following his side's Champions League loss to Barcelona in midweek, the European governing body has confirmed.
The case will be reviewed on the 28th of February.