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Pep Guardiola commended Sergio Aguero's commitment to Manchester City's 2-0 win at Bournemouth after a harm to Gabriel Jesus

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will discover the full degree of Gabriel Jesus' foot harm on Tuesday after the adolescent's exciting prologue to Premier League football was checked at an early stage in the 2-0 win at Bournemouth.

The Brazil striker evacuated his correct boot and got treatment on the field before clearing a path for Sergio Aguero at the Vitality Stadium.

Raheem Sterling opened the scoring before the half hour and the England winger handed supplier over the 69th moment, with Bournemouth safeguard Tyrone Mings putting through his own net under weight from Aguero.

City climbed to second in the table, inside eight purposes of pioneers Chelsea, yet the post-coordinate concentration justifiably turned towards Jesus.

"Tomorrow [Tuesday] morning we will know precisely," Guardiola revealed to Sky Sports. "He was along these lines, so lamentable.

"Ideally – I'm will supplicate this evening – it won't be a major issue."

The 19-year-old's damage allowed Aguero to inspire following two weeks where his rise provide reason to feel ambiguous about the long haul eventual fate of City's top scorer.

Guardiola was unconscious his group's second objective was credited to Mings yet he additionally commended Aguero's inside and out commitment – a region where he has already recommended the Argentina universal misses the mark.

"He played great, genuine great. He battled and he scored an objective. His certainty, for us, is so vital. I'm so cheerful for him," the previous Barcelona supervisor said.

"He was vital before the diversion and is currently. It is so critical, when you play in a considerable measure of rivalries like the Champions League you require every one of the players."

In spite of City now sifting at the front of a congested pursuing pack, Guardiola still feels a making a bona fide test to Chelsea in the title race is a whimsical prospect.

"The hole is still so long. You expect that they will lose diversions, however it is in this way, so troublesome [for City] to win every one of the amusements," he included, having been awed by Antonio Conte's men in their 1-1 draw at Burnley on Sunday.

"The hole is too enormous. Recently they didn't win however they played so strong. It is so hard to make chances against them.

"We should center diversion by amusement and enhance our exhibitions. My inclination is that in the last amusements our exhibitions are a whole lot better.

"The main lament is we made such a large number of shots and did not score all the more but rather I am along these lines, so upbeat for the execution."

Jesus was not by any means the only loss of a throbbing challenge on England's south drift, with Bournemouth commander Simon Francis and on-advance Arsenal midfelder Jack Wilshere likewise clearing a path before the interim.

"We were hampered by our wounds in the principal half," supervisor Eddie Howe disclosed to adexports.

"Losing both players was a genuine blow. We revamped and had a go in any case they were too great.

"Simon felt his hamstring and Jack had an agony in his lower leg. Ideally nothing genuine.

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