Kyle Walker has urged City to improve after being held to a 1-1 Premier League draw by Nottingham Forest.

Pep Guardiola‘s side dominated proceedings at the City Ground, having 73% of possession and 23 efforts on goal, but were forced to settle for a point.


Bernardo Silva thunderous strike opened the scoring just before the interval, but Chris Wood levelled for the hosts just before full-time.

Erling Haaland and Ilkay Gundogan struck the woodwork whilst we were one up and Walker, who played the full 90 minutes, has called for improvement across the board.

“First and foremost we go to the Emirates Stadium and play the game we did, and then come here, it’s unacceptable,” he said.

“If we want to compete with teams near the top we need to win. We missed a few chances and we need to do better as a team.

“Sometimes it’s football and sometimes it’s emotion. Every game should be treated the same - like a cup final. What can I say other than it is unacceptable.”

The draw puts us in second place in the league table, two points behind Arsenal, who also have a game in hand.

Walker believes that this is the perfect chance for the squad to show togetherness, unity and determination to bounce back in the next game.

“We have to stick together as a group .The senior members of the team put our thoughts across. That is just not acceptable.


“We have to give credit to Nottingham Forest. They dug in and hung on.

“We have to do better.”