Pellegrini delighted with Manchester City after win over Tottenham

Manuel Pellegrini Manuel Pellegrini, Manchester City boss, praised the efforts made by his side after they took out Tottenham 4-1 thanks to a very impressive Sergio Aguero, and pay per head agents saw a great performance by City that perhaps could have ended with even more goals by the team.

Aguero was the one to score all of the goals against Spurs, besides not hitting a penalty, to continue City’s great recent performances over Tottenham.

Christian Eriksen was able to level the early opener by the 26-year-old Argentinian, but Aguero beat Tottenham with fantastic displays on the pitch.

And pay per head agents learned that even though his team dominated the score, the Chilean was worried about some mistakes made by his side, saying that it wouldn’t have surprised him at all if the game finished at 7-3.

However, City’s manager praised his whole team after they returned in great form from the international week.

The coach said: “I think it was a very amusing game especially for the fans because we won 4-1, but I think the score could have been 7-3.

“Both teams had clear chances to score I think that’s important for the fans. I always say it’s important to be an attractive team, but maybe also not to make so many mistakes, especially with excess of trust with the ball at our feet.

“But it’s very important to win this game after the international break. It’s very difficult when you don’t have the players during the week to work, so I’m very happy with it.

“First of all I think when we win a game it’s not just for one for two players I think the whole team had a good performances. Of course when you score four goals as Kun [Aguero] did or make two saves as Joe [Hart] did, it’s very important

“I think that we are not fair to not talk about James Milner or Jesus Navas or [Vincent] Kompany or [Bacary] Sagna.”

The manager also said that Frank Lampard won’t be able to join the team in Moscow for Tuesday’s tie in the UEFA Champions League after he was hurt.