Barcelona: Captain Vincent Kompany felt Manchester City could hold their heads high after bowing out of the Champions League in Barcelona.
For a spell when the score was still 0-0 early in the second half, City put the Spanish champions under considerable pressure but they could not find the net. Kompany told Sky Sports: "I think I speak for the team in saying we've got nothing left in the tank.
We gave everything. A few times we could have scored, and obviously that would have changed the game.
"Going for a second time down to 10 men after it was a clear penalty — it's not easy conditions to come and play against a strong team.
Over the course of two games, whenever there was 11 players (against 11) there wasn't much between the two teams."
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