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17 March 2019, 12:29 | Henrietta Morgan
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Twelve-time FA Cup winners United were below par as they followed up last week's Premier League defeat at Arsenal with a meek exit at Molineux.
City's Fabian Delph was sent off in that game at the DW Stadium and against Swansea the same player was shown a yellow card which led to a penalty, slotted home by Matt Grimes after 20 minutes.
Guardiola named a strong side for the trip to Wales, but left leading goalscorers Raheem Sterling and Aguero on the bench.
"You have to ask the authorities why VAR is not here", City manager Guardiola said.
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City piled on the pressure in the second half and Bernardo Silva halved the deficit after 69 minutes before Aguero's penalty hit a post and rebounded off goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt and then City snatched a late victor.
After Bernardo Silva's superb finish with the outside of the boot got his side a foothold in the match, Aguero was presented with the flawless chance to draw City level after Sterling had been felled in the penalty area.
City found themselves 2-0 down after 29 minutes, as Swansea's excellent first-half performance put them on course for a famous upset.
The Red Devils were handed a red card following a reckless challenge by Victor Lindelof on 83 minutes, but the Video Assistant Referee overturned decision and the defender was only handed a yellow card.
'We deserved to win the game by far - but to win in that way, I'm sorry'.
"All around Europe there is VAR", Guardiola said.
Guardiola, whose side have already won the League Cup and are through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, added: "When you fight for all the titles you don't have rest and every three days there is a game, it is so, so healthy to win these kind of games. We had composure, shape, good running", said Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo. "We know every game we lose, we lose the competition".
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