Manchester's City's Yaya Toure appeals for a penalty during their Champions League soccer match against CSKA Moscow at the Etihad stadium in Manchester, northern England November 5, 2014. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Manuel Pellegrini's "Jekyll and Hyde" Manchester City side have taken a backward step since becoming Premier League champions six months ago as they teeter on the brink of an early Champions League exit.A woeful display in a 2-1 home loss to CSKA Moscow Wednesday left them without a win and bottom of Group E with just two points from four games in Europe's elite club competition.After his appointment at City in June 2013, fans and pundits thought the Chilean coach might finally be able to transform them into a formidable European outfit.Last season they reached the last 16 for the first time since first qualifying for the Champions League in 2011, narrowly losing over two legs to Barcelona, suggesting Pellegrini could transform City into contenders in Europe.Predictions of a crisis may be premature, with the team third in the Premier League six points behind leaders Chelsea after 10 games, but they must quickly find some form.
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