Striker Sergio Aguero has warned his team-mates to be wary of statistics that suggest City are in pole position to go through to the Champions League semi-finals. Almost 80 per cent of teams that draw their first leg 2-2 go through according to the record books but after such a dramatic game, City's Argentinian ace is suspicious of predicting anything. Aguero said: "You can't pay too much attention to statistics. "We just have to play our best and try to win. They have good players which makes for a complicated defence, but we were also able to score two goals against a defence that is very strong." Although the script for the second leg is yet to be written, there can be no arguing with City's away goals at the Parc des Princes - a precious commodity according to Aguero. The fact that one of them came via the prolific boot of Kevin De Bruyne came as no surprise to Kun. "I am happy with the result," Aguero added. "It was a fair tie. It was important that we scored a goal as visitors and as luck would have it, we did. "Kevin is fundamental for us and it was good that he was able to come back from injury and have such a good return. "We can't take anything for granted. We have 90 minutes more and we must do our best in Manchester. "We tried to play our game and do what we had to do. We tried to wait a little and to have a counterattack. Whether they were favourites or not I don't know. We scored the first goal and got the 1-0 lead that we wanted. "I have a good feeling. This was an important result and we are going to be very excited to play the (second) game, especially because it will be at home in front of all our fans."