However, Man City contradicted the AFA by insisting that Aguero didn't lose consciousness. They had been totally overrun, out-thought and outmaneuvered.
"We have to improve to control that in some situations". Kolarov, Bacary Sagna, Pablo Zabaleta, Fernando, Nolito and Jesus Navas all played in a City side that looked totally unfit for purpose. "He met with the doctor and he's perfect".
"But, in terms of playing and knowing what is going to happen in December with the schedule, we have to improve" the Catalan added.
"He became a father and that helped his life to be well-organised".
Guardiola said the centre-back just needed time to settle at the club after joining from Everton for a reported £47.5million in August last year.
Perhaps the one player who has matched his manager's progress from Leicester last time to Leicester this time is centre-back John Stones.
Leicester City's current form and recent home record against Manchester City shows that they can cause an upset against the Premier League leaders on Saturday, midfielder Danny Simpson has said. A year later, Stones is unrecognisable.
In addition, Leroy Sane has lifted the Player of the Month award, after some brilliant performances and really putting himself on the map. He now looks assured of a long stay at the top for both club and country, where he has transported his effortless defending seamlessly, as witnessed in the friendlies with Brazil and Germany.
The Foxes are on a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions and 12th in the league.
"We cannot forget that last season was the first time he was able to play three games a week. Hopefully we can recover him because he is so important". Leicester will again flood forward, using the pace of Vardy and Riyad Mahrez, and wasting little time to get the ball into the dangerous areas of the pitch.