Manchester City defeated CSKA Moscow 2-1 behind Sergio Aguero's first half brace to put the Premier League gaints in second place in Group D of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night.
The hosts took the lead via route one on 32 minutes when goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev launched a kick upfield, Keisuke Honda headed on and former Manchester United player Zoran Tosic lobbed over Joe Hart in the box.
But less than two minutes later City were level after Aguero got ahead of his marker Sergei Ignashevich to slot home David Silva's cross from the left. Aguero then put his side ahead on 42 minutes with a brave header from Alvaro Negredo's cross from the right with Akinfeev advancing.
Both sides had a goal disallowed in the second period before Hart saved from Keisuke Honda at the death. The win puts City three points ahead of CSKA in second in the group behind leaders and current champions Bayern Munich and Manuel Pellegrini's side could all but secure a last-16 spot with a repeat win ...