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City's midfielder opened the scoring after two minutes but needed a late Samir Nasri effort to salvage a draw

Dani Alves celebrates Barcelona's second goal against Manchester City

Comment: Manchester City and Arsenal exits show Premier League clubs must beat La Liga rivals in the transfer market in order to to win on the pitch

There will now be three Spanish sides in the Champions League quarter-finals

Lionel Messi celebrates his goal for Barcelona
Lionel Messi opens the scoring for Barcelona

Barcelona 2 Manchester City 1 match report: Lionel Messi and Dani Alves on target as Pablo Zabaleta sees red and City exit Champions League

Like Arsenal the previous evening, City fail to overturn a two-goal deficit against superior opposition

Barcelona players celebrate Dani Alves' goal - which may have put the tie beyond Manchester City

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Javier Mascherano defended his manager’s record

Barcelona v Manchester City: Javier Mascherano forced to defend Barca against angry fans

Barcelona's bid for the La Liga title has taken a hit in recent weeks

Vincent Kompany (front) leads City at the Nou Camp

Barcelona v Manchester City: Vincent Kompany draws on 2012 title glory to fire Champions League revival at the Nou Camp

Captain recounts the two injury-time goals against QPR which led to City clinching the 2011-12 Premier League title as evidence that anything can happen ahead of Barca tie

Gareth Barry and Jack Rodwell could both be on their way to Everton from Manchester City in permanent deals in the summer

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A loan-deal for Rodwell fell-through on the final day of the January transfer window but Roberto Martinez is believed to be keen on adding both Rodwell and Barry on a permanent basis

High-profile mistakes have made it a tough first season in England for Martin Demichelis

Why does Manuel Pellegrini keep picking Martin Demichelis for Manchester City?

Pellegrini has brought Demichelis to play football from the back

Manuel Pellegrini said Jonas Eriksson should not have been referee on Tuesday because he was Swedish

Barcelona v Manchester City: Manuel Pellegrini says City 'must react' and believes Champions League tie can still be won

City must overturn a 2-0 first-leg defeat when they go the Nou Camp

Uwe Rosler labelled his Wigan side's FA Cup victory over Manchester City as his 'greatest achievement' of his career

Manchester City 1 Wigan 2: Uwe Rosler hails FA Cup victory as 'biggest achievement' of his young managerial career

Rosler has compared the FA Cup sixth round win to taking Brentford to Wembley but admits beating City trumps all the other highlights

Manuel Pellergini makes a gesture from the touchline on Sunday

Manchester City 1 Wigan Athletic 2: Manuel Pellegrini says FA Cup defeat was 'the worst performance of my time here'

City were shocked at the Etihad Stadium in a repeat of last year's final

Wigan Athletic's James Perch celebrates at the final whistle after his goal helped knock Manchester City out of the FA Cup at the Etihad Stadium

Manchester City 1 Wigan Athletic 2: Slipshod City fall victim again to Wigan's shocking self-belief in the FA Cup

Wigan will now take on Arsenal in the semi-final at Wembley

Manchester City Manager Manuel Pellegrini has been handed a two-match touchline ban by Uefa

Barcelona v Manchester City: Manuel Pellegrini still targeting all four competitions despite trailing 2-0 and touchline ban

Peelgrini's comments after the first leg will see him absent from the dug-out when City try to defeat Barcelona at the Nou Camp

Ferran Soriano pictured at the FA Cup final

Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano cleared in spying case related to Barcelona emails

A Catalonia judge said Barcelona's former financial vice-president should no longer formally be under suspicion in the case

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