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I'm still getting back up to speed, says Manchester City's Jesus

01 May 2017

City have lost just one league game at home this season and play three of their four remaining league games at the Etihad Stadium. Boro players reacted with fury when Leroy Sane went down under the challenge of Marten de Roon.

They were convinced they were robbed of a desperately needed win by referee Kevin Friend's decision to award the visitors a hotly disputed penalty in the 69th minute.

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Alvaro Negredo gave Boro a first-half lead before Aguero controversially equalised from the spot, and Boro thought they had won it again when Calum Chambers grabbed a goal late on, but it was not to be.

With three consecutive home games to come, City are now in pole position to secure the lucrative berth and Jesus believes he can only benefit from having played the full 90 minutes against the relegation battlers.

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Jesus and Aguero started alongside each other for the first time this season during Sunday's 2-2 draw at Middlesbrough.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was partly to blame for getting Marouane Fellaini sent off, said Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after the two fought out a 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Thursday. "I think the performance today just showed the determination and fighting spirit of the squad and the group of players I've been working with in the last few weeks, and that was evident against one of the top teams in the country". Raheem Sterling drops to the bench as Pep Guardiola produces a flat 4-4-2 to fit both attackers in the formation. Downing's inviting cross is headed by Kompany straight into the path of De Roon who blazes over from close range.

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The City faithful are growing frustrated, with Jesus Navas and Gael Clichy feeling the full wrath of their supporters on Twitter.

It remains to be seen whether the momentum counts for anything when it is Manchester City in the opposition half of the field rather than Sunderland, but Agnew is hoping his players' increased confidence will help them raise their levels tomorrow.

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Middlesbrough protested furiously and Fabio was booked in the melee, but Aguero kept his cool and powered the penalty to the left of Guzan, who dived the wrong way.

I'm still getting back up to speed, says Manchester City's Jesus