LONDON — Sergio Aguero twice came to Manchester City's rescue with the team's only shots on target to recover a 2-2 draw at West Ham on another frustrating away-day for the title-chasers on Saturday.
City has just one win in eight games on the road — the type of form that contributes to Manuel Pellegrini's side being three points behind leader Leicester.
West Ham remained sixth, six points behind Tottenham, which occupies the fourth Champions League place. The east London club is enjoying its best run in the league in 19 years in its final season at Upton Park before moving to the nearby Olympic Stadium.
"That save did feel good ... I had to move my feet quickly," Hart said.
"We were not very concentrated," Pellegrini said. "Maybe with the throw-in you are thinking that there can be a danger. But we knew before the game that Antonio has a very long throw-in."
But Aguero played a one-two with Kelechi Iheanacho before slotting the ball past Adrian into the bottom corner with nine minutes to go.
"It's very important for him (Aguero) to be 100 percent fit," Pellegrini said. "I hope he will continue like us until the end of the season."
West Ham could have won it with the final touch of the game, but Cheikhou Kouyate's header hit the crossbar.
"We could have got the third goal even though they were dominating," West Ham manager Slaven Bilic said. "So when I went back into dressing room I felt disappointed. But that's good — that shows how well we played."