Aguero’s double strike saved City from an away defeat in Moscow after trailing CSKA Moscow by a lone goal 32 minutes into the match.
CSKA took the lead in the 31st minute when Zoran Tosic latched on to a long ball headed on by Honda, which he lifted over Hart to score the first goal.
The Argentine equalised two minutes after CSKA Moscow took the lead from City and he slotted in the winning goal less than ten minutes later in the 42nd.
It didn’t appear like players in the Russian team took the loss of their lead particularly well as the match that produced no yellow card during the first
45 minutes almost turned into a farce during the second half making the referee show the card to six of the players, three each on either side including Nigeria’s 21-yr-old CSKA Moscow striker, Ahmed Musa.
Other players that saw yellow were Avaro Negredo, Yaya Toure and Pablo Zableta all of Manchester City. Pontus Wenbloom and Sergei Ignashevitch were the other CSKA players that got the booking.
Negredo could have made it 3-1 in the 48th minute but his hands played an active role in getting the goal, which was disallowed and he got a booking for handball from the ref.