Sergio Aguero was baffled with Manchester City's 1-1 Premier League draw with Middlesbrough on Saturday regardless of scoring his 150th goal for the club. 

Aguero opened the scoring in the wake of being teed up by Kevin De Bruyne, however in spite of City constraining a series of recoveries from Victor Valdes, the second goal would not come and Marten de Roon leveled in second-half stoppage time. 

Chelsea of 5-0 victory against Everton means City, who have now won only one of their last five top-flight trips, lost top spot in the Premier League, and Aguero was disappointed his side couldn't hang on for every one of the three focuses. 

"It was a bizarre match since we controlled the amusement, however at last we wind up with an awful feeling since I thought we could have won," the Argentina striker said. 

"We played an awesome match on Tuesday [the 3-1 Champions League win over Barcelona]. 

"We were exceptionally energized for this match to attempt and win, however we all know the Premier League extremely entangled rivalry – any team can beat you and anything can happen. 

"Take a look at what happened today – we made numerous chances, they didn't, and we end up drawing." 

In spite of the outcome, Aguero took joy from his 150th City goal and uncovered a discussion with De Bruyne was vital to his point of interest strike. 

"I talked with Kevin before the goal and instructed him to put it there for me in light of the fact that the defenders was checking me constantly," said Aguero. "He did it so well, I was content with that."
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