Defending Premier League champions Manchester City left it late to come from behind and beat promoted Southampton 3-2 in the opening match of their title defence on Sunday.
After a bright start from Southampton, Carlos Tevez gave City the lead with a neat finish in the 40th minute at Eastlands.
Southampton equalized through substitute Rickie Lambert in the 59th before Steven Davis, also on as a substitute, gave Southampton a shock lead with a low drive eight minutes later.
Edin Dzeko scored from close range in the 71st to draw City level, before Samir Nasri scored 10 minutes from time after collecting a loose ball in the area and firing home.
City forward Sergio Aguero was carried off on a stretcher in the first half because of a knee injury.