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Vincent Kompany: I don't think the draw affects the group too much


Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany says the Citizens should not panic after 1-1 draw against Roma on Tuesday.

Manuel Pellegrini's side are already five points from leaders Bayern Munich but will be eager to take advantage of the next two games in Group E against CSKA Moscow.

"It won't set us back," Kompany is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"It won't affect us. We will deal with it. It gives you a feeling to get back out there and show everyone how good we are.

"I don't think it affects the group too much. Roma have still got to play twice against Bayern Munich.

"We will go out there and play as we always do, to win. It doesn't change much for us. We will play every game from here to the end to win, thinking we can get three points out of it.

"At the moment we all acknowledge that we could play better.

"But we are absolutely convinced that with Roma away, Bayern Munich at home, and the two Moscow games, if we play as well as we can, we should be looking for three points."

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