Price per Head: Milner laments City’s travel problems

James MilnerPrice per head services learned that midfielder James Milner lamented a familiar story after Manchester City dropped points on the road again on Saturday at Southampton.

Manuel Pellegrini’s players could not build on their great 3-2 victory at the Hawthorns over West Brom in the middle of the week, and price per head services saw this season they only won two of eight Premier League away games.

City was given an early advantage by Sergio Aguero’s 18th goal of the season, but pay per head services then saw that they were left to lament a moment of very rare extravagance from the striker when he ended up missing a great opportunity with half an hour played, before Pablo Daniel Osvaldo scored for Southampton an impressive 42nd-minute equaliser.

Milner praised an impressive performance from the injury-ridden hosts, who made sure that City’s record on their travels stays in contrast to seven victories this term from as many Premier League outings at the Etihad Stadium.

“They probably had most of the play in the first half but we had some pretty good chances and if we’d have put them away it might have been a different game,” the England midfielder told City’s official website.

“But that seems to have been the season for us away from home – the chances haven’t quite gone in and things like that and that’s the difference (with the home form).

“They (Southampton) are a very good team, we know that. They’ve got a lot of very good young players and they’re an exciting team to watch.

“It was a good game but we didn’t perform and play our part in what would have been an even better game if we’d played to our potential.”

Milner and price per head services believe that a point was still a proper result when compared to earlier City losses this season – such as those in games that they controlled at Aston Villa and Sunderland for long periods.

“You can think of at least three of the games we’ve lost where we’ve played really well, dominated the game and come away with nothing,” he added.

“We weren’t quite at our best and they probably had the better of the game but we’ve come away with a point.

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“It’s disappointing. These are the games we want to be winning but it’s better than coming away with nothing.”