Manuel Pellegrini bemoans Manchester City’s complacency after Burnley draw

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Manuel Pellegrini accused Manchester City of complacency in allowing a two-goal half-time lead over Burnley to slip as the champions missed the chance to move within a point of Chelsea, who also failed to win, at Southampton.

City led through goals from David Silva and Fernandinho but George Boyd scored 76 seconds into the second half and Ashley Barnes’s 81st-minute equaliser meant City failed to record a club-record 10th consecutive victory and allowed Chelsea to maintain their three-point advantage going into 2015.

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