Manchester City survived an onslaught from French club Lyon in a UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday.

The tie ended 2-2 with the result enough to seal Man City’s place in the last 16.  

"Lyon have good players in good areas and quick players but we got a good draw," City defender Kyle Walker said.

"That shows the character and belief in the dressing room. Important players come good at the right time."

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Lyon wasted several chances before Maxwel Cornet rifled in an angled drive to give them an early second-half lead.

Aymeric Laporte steered in Raheem Sterling's free-kick to quickly level but Cornet fired in again to put Lyon on top.

However, Aguero reacted quickest to flick in a header two minutes later.

City remain top of Group F on 10 points - three clear of Lyon - meaning a draw in their final game against Hoffenheim will be enough to progress as group winners.

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