The draw has been unkind to Manchester City.
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Manchester City embark on a fifth Champions League campaign buoyant after a perfect start to their domestic season but still searching for the secret formula against Europe's top brass.While City have 15 points from five Premier League games, their latest win coming at Crystal Palace Saturday, Juventus needed a late penalty from Paulo Dybala to draw 1-1 draw with Chievo and avoid a third straight Serie A defeat.It should be the ideal time to play a Juve side still coming to terms with the summer exits of Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez, but City will be wary of the kind of home slip-ups that have undermined their previous Champions League campaigns.With Spanish club Sevilla and Bundesliga side Borussia Moenchengladbach also in Group D, qualification could be complicated for City, but Aguero believes the way they have started the season augurs well.
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