Sergio Aguero has spoken of his frustration as Manchester City saw Arsenal snatch a draw from their Premier League encounter on Sunday afternoon.
The Argentina international, who was making his first start following his return from a knee injury, missed a chance to restore the Blues’ lead after Laurent Koscielny's goal for the visiting side cancelled out Joleon Lescott's opener, and later used his official Twitter account to vent his feelings on the two points dropped.
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"It's a shame that we let those three points [slip] away at the end. But this is just the beginning and everything will go better, I'm sure,” he wrote.
The 24-year-old then went on to speak of his delight at returning to action after the knee problem he picked up against Southampton in City's opening match of the season.
He added: "To all, thanks for the support on my comeback. I felt really good on the field and with every match I'll be better in shape."
Following their draw with the Gunners, reigning Premier League champions City currently lie seventh in the table after an inconsistent start to the season that has seen them produce unconvincing performances at home to Southampton and QPR.
City next take to the field on Tuesday for their League Cup clash against Aston Villa before facing a tricky away trip to Martin Jol's in-form Fulham side on Saturday.