Manchester Metropolis striker Sergio Agüero apologized for his failed try at a chipped penalty in Saturday’s 2-1 Premier League defeat to Chelsea, saying it was a “unhealthy resolution.”
Metropolis have been 1-0 up once they have been handed an opportunity to increase their lead on the break after a penalty was awarded following Billy Gilmour’s problem on Gabriel Jesus within the field.
Agüero tried a “Panenka” penalty designed to idiot the goalkeeper with a chip straight down the center, however Chelsea keeper Edouard Mendy didn’t decide to his dive and was capable of merely arise and catch the mild shot.
Metropolis would have been topped league champions with a win however Chelsea scored twice after the break.
“I wish to apologize to my teammates, employees and supporters for lacking the penalty,” Metropolis’s all-time prime scorer Agüero tweeted after the sport.
“It was a foul resolution and I take full duty.”
I wish to apologise to my teammates, employees and supporters for lacking the penalty. It was a foul resolution and I take full duty.
Metropolis boss Pep Guardiola refused to criticize Agüero for his fluffed try and mentioned it was mistaken to argue the penalty had turned the sport.
The Etihad membership, who’ve a 13-point lead on the prime of the desk, might nonetheless safe the title this weekend if second-placed Manchester United lose at Aston Villa in a while Sunday.
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