Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes his side should have taken all three points from Sunday's Premier League clash at Chelsea.Having lost their place at the top of the table to rivals Manchester United on Saturday, the defending champions failed to return to the summit after playing out a disappointing 0-0 draw against the European champions, who were playing for the first time under interim boss Rafa Benitez.
Rafa Benitez's bow as Chelsea boss ended in a 0-0 draw with Manchester City, as the ex-Liverpool manager copped the wrath of Blues fans.Benitez faced genuine and sustained opposition from large sections of the home support as they made clear their anger at the former Reds manager succeeding the popular Roberto Di Matteo.
Roberto Mancini is sweating on the fitness of captain Vincent Kompany ahead of Sunday's trip to Chelsea on Sunday.The Belgium international was hurt in Manchester City's 1-1 Champions League draw with Real Madrid on Wednesday after a tussle with Cristiano Ronaldo during the latter stages of the game.
Sergio Aguero believes Manchester City will recover from their Champions League disappointment and retain their Premier League crown.City were eliminated from Europe's elite competition after their 1-1 draw at home to Real Madrid on Wednesday, and have so far failed to pick up a single win in the competition with only one game remaining.
Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez believes working under Roman Abramovich will be 'easy' after his difficulties at Liverpool.The 52-year-old, whose six-year reign at the Merseyside club began back in 2004, won both the FA Cup and Champions League during his time with the Reds.
Manchester City visit Chelsea on Sunday, as two giants in flux clash in English Premier League action.Both clubs have had weeks they would rather forget, City bundled out of the Champions League before the knockout stages and Chelsea close to elimination after disappointing midweek results.