Sergio Aguero complains about his teammates at Manchester City after Borussia Monchengladbach match

Sergio Aguero was reportedly heard moaning ‘they never pass me the ball’ after his side’s win over Borussia Monchengladbach.

The Argentine played the last 15 minutes of the 2-0 Champions Legaue last-16 second-leg win in Hungary but was allegedly unhappy with his team-mates after the victory.

Aguero replaced Bernardo Silva on 75 minutes with City leading 4-0 on aggregate and the tie already won.

But the 32-year-old failed to register a shot on target until the full-time whistle and was heard grumbling to a coach after the game, according to ESPN.

Aguero is understood to have said in Spanish: “No me pasan la pelota.”

Which translates to: ‘They don’t pass me the ball.”

It is suggested Riyad Mahrez was particularly prone to shooting rather than laying it on for the City legend in the closing stages.

(Watch Goal on Video) Ziyech scores! 34’… Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid

A blistering Chelsea counter-attack!

Involving three summer arrivals, the hosts have taken advantage with a slick break after Atleti had committed men forward.

Kai Havertz looped a ball through for Timo Werner to attack down the left. The German kept his cool, looked up, and played a perfect low centre into the box for the arriving Hakim Ziyech.

The Moroccan takes the shot on first time with a side-foot and it just squeezes through Jan Oblak.

Chelsea lead 1-0 on the night, and 2-0 on aggregate!

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Chelsea, Atletico Madrid name their line-ups: Werner, Havertz, Suarez, Felix start

Thomas Tuchel makes five changes to the side that drew at Leeds on Saturday. The flat back four has been dispensed with in favour of his standard 3-4-3 formation, and back comes Kurt Zouma in place of Andreas Christensen.

On the flanks, Ben Chilwell is rotated out for Marcos Alonso while Reece James takes over from Christian Pulisic.

Jorginho and Mason Mount are suspended so in come Mateo Kovacic and Timo Werner. The matchwinner in Bucharest, Olivier Giroud, is only on the bench.

16 Mendy; 28 Azpilicueta, 15 Zouma, 2 Rudiger; 24 James, 7 Kante, 17 Kovacic, 3 Alonso; 22 Ziyech, 29 Havertz; 11 Werner

But, Diego Simeone goes with Luis Suarez and Joao Felix at the top of a 4-4-2 formation, which sees two changes from the side that played out a goalless draw at Getafe at the weekend. Brazilian Renan Lodi is it at left-back in place of Mario Hermoso while Belgian winger Yannick Carrasco is back to play on the wing instead of Angel Correa.

Right-back Kieran Trippier makes a return to England while Koke captains the team.

13 Oblak; 23 Trippier, 15 Savic, 2 Gimenez, 12 Renan Lodi; 14 Llorente, 6 Koke, 8 Saul, 21 Carrasco; 7 Joao Felix, 9 Suarez

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Tuchel warns his players, reveals how he wants to play against Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has warned his players about dwelling on their win in Bucharest when their focus should purely be on tonight’s match.

Despite their one-goal lead, there are certainly reasons for Chelsea caution. Very much in the mould of their manager, Atletico Madrid are a club that never know when they’re beaten.

In their European Cup and Champions League history, Atleti have a 50% progression rate when losing the first leg of knockout games, progressing from four of eight previous ties in these circumstances.

Tuchel has therefore sounded a note of caution to his players.

The Chelsea boss said: “If we start thinking too much about the [first leg] result, we stop thinking about the process. We have to be in this game on the level against a team like this. I hope we are not influenced by the first result. We want to play a high-intensity game to put them to their limits. It is clear that you need two top-level games to go through.”

REVEALED: Why Thomas Tuchel exempted Andreas Christensen from Atletico Madrid clash

Andreas Christensen misses Chelsea’s clash against Atletico Madrid due to illness, it has been confirmed.

Thomas Tuchel named his lineup to face Diego Simeone’s side as he made five changes to the side that drew against Leeds United at the weekend.

The surprise absentee was Christensen but, according to si.com, it has been confirmed that he fell unwell overnight and that is why he isn’t part of the Blues matchday squad.

It has been confirmed that it is not Covid-related.

At the back, Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta and Kurt Zouma sit at the heart of the back three.

Chelsea lead 1-0 on aggregate and will be hoping to progress on Wednesday night to put their name in Friday’s draw for the last eight.