Manchester City did not deserve their last-minute Champions League victory at Borussia Monchengladbach, says Blues manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Sergio Aguero’s penalty earned a 2-1 win, with keeper Joe Hart saving a penalty before the Germans took a 1-0 second-half lead.
Nicolas Otamendi scored the equaliser as City recovered from the 2-1 loss to Juventus in their opening Group D game.
“We had a bit of luck to win the game,” said the 62-year-old Chilean.
City had been beaten in three of their four previous matches in all competitions, including Premier League losses to West Ham and Tottenham as well as the defeat by the Italian champions.
“Against Juventus and West Ham we didn’t deserve to lose and maybe today we didn’t deserve to win but we did,” added Pellegrini.
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