Wigan to probe post-match trouble as Sergio Aguero clashes with fans

In an uncanny repeat of the 2013 FA Cup final, in which City had a player sent off before losing to a late Wigan victor, Guardiola's side had Fabian Delph dismissed amid stormy scenes before Will Grigg's 79th-minute goal decided the game.

Aguero appeared to shove a fan away before being escorted off the pitch by City staff.

Wigan chairman David Sharpe told BBC Radio 5 live: "It is not nice to see".

Aguero appeared to hit the supporter after the fan said something to the player, and the Argentine had to be held back by his City team-mates. "I don't like what I am seeing here".

The visitors had played the entire second half with 10 men after their midfielder Fabian Delph was sent off in the 45th minute for a sliding challenge on Max Power.

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"Is a red card, yeah", said Guardiola.

Referee Anthony Taylor took his yellow card out and began writing on it, before changing it for a red card instead.

"I judge my team for the intentions, not for the results", he added. Nothing happened in the tunnel, nothing happened with my colleague.

"Guys, if you want to ask me about football, ask me about football".

A game of football then resurfaced 15 minutes later, with City beginning the half with refreshed vim and vigour only for Wigan to continue to threaten on the counter-attack hither and thither.

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The City boss has called for better protection for players from risky tackles after some strong challenges and, with the boot on the other foot, did not change his tune.

The FA are investigating several incidents after the match as Wigan fans invaded the pitch, while agitated City supporters threw bottles and an advertising hoarding at police officers who were attempting to contain the situation.

"I don't have regrets with the way we played, the performance, the heart".

Guardiola had to be pulled away from his Wigan counterpart as the pair engaged in a heated row as they headed down the tunnel at half-time. Mauricio Pellegrino's men will be fully aware the spirit that carried Wigan all the way to victory at Wembley five years ago lives on.

"From our point of view we're trying to get every edge in everything we can", Cook said.

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Hundreds of home fans flooded the pitch and surrounded some of the City players as they were trudging off in defeat. "They have let in 20 goals in the Premier League this season, a total only bettered by Manchester United (19), and have also kept the third-highest number of clean sheets (12) behind Chelsea (14) and United (15)".

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