The 26-year-old was at fault for two of die Roten's goals at the Etihad Stadium as City slumped to a 3-1 defeat, and was also questioned for Romelu Lukaku's opener for Everton on Saturday.
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Jagielka said: “You just throw it in, especially losing 10-9 at table tennis and I’m waiting for the next point, you just say, ‘Bayern Munich’ or something. Stuff like that.
“That’s just the kind of things you do. And obviously he comes back to me - and they [City] beat us 3-1 at the weekend, so I didn’t have a leg to stand on!
“Joe’s a great guy and a fantastic goalkeeper. And if he can take it like he has done, all the power to him. Joe’s someone who loves the banter more than anyone. It’s the same with me, If I’d made a mistake, the first person I’d be looking for is Joe to be straight on it.
“That’s the way you’ve got to take it. We all make mistakes. We’re all human and it’s about how far outside influences want to take it. That’s what makes it bad or not as bad.”