Manchester City fans are undecided on who Pep Guardiola should select to play up front when the Blues go to Bournemouth this weekend.

Sergio Aguero started against Tottenham on Saturday after Gabriel Jesus had impressed in the opening-day thumping of West Ham.

City's No.10 vindicated Pep Guardiola's decision to start him ahead of Jesus with the team's second goal against Mauricio Pochettino's side.

But his goal hasn't proved to be enough to convince all City fans that he should keep his place in the team for Sunday's trip to the Vitality Stadium.

In fact, more City fans would prefer to see Jesus return to the XI than see Aguero keep his place.

 

In a poll conducted by MEN Sport on Twitter, 38 per cent of the 706 people who responded to our poll said they would like Jesus to start on the South Coast, with 35 per cent saying Aguero should retain his place in the XI.

Just 27 per cent of fans believe the pair should start together.

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola has said he is not in favour of VAR being suspended despite City being on the wrong end of another decision against Spurs.

"No, no, no, no, we have to continue," Guardiola said. "I remember the first season when I arrived here when you touched someone like this, it was a penalty. Do you remember the two penalties in the Stoke City game?

 

"It was like this - it was a penalty in the box. And after they adapted things. I think they are going to adjust in the games. But if it’s hands it’s hands.

"For me it’s not clear when I watch it at different angles, honestly it’s not clear but maybe it’s a penalty. But it was a penalty last season in the quarter-finals of the Champions League."