A dour affair at Eastlands compounded a deflating week for Manchester City in their race for Europe.
Following their derby day win at rivals United, City are yet to score since Benjani’s flicked finish at Old Trafford – picking up just one point out of two home games.
Defeat by Everton on Monday night was followed by a decent chance missed for all 3 points against a recently resilient Wigan Athletic side.
Speaking after the match, boss Sven Goran Eriksson said the recent home form had concerned him, with defeat to Arsenal preceeding these two matches, but hoped he’d be able to improve their performances in front of their own crowd.
City find themselves now in 8th place as the race for potentially just one UEFA Cup spot heats up.
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