Manchester City could not get the better of struggling West Brom as the both teams shared a point each at Etihad.
The host had dominated the bulk of the first half before they took the lead through IIkay Gundongan in the 30th minutes.
Raheem Sterling had linked up with Jesus on the left, before he found his way into the box and cuts one back for Gundogan slotted it past Johnstone.
West Brom responded 10 minutes later after Nigeria international Semi Ajayi whooped a shot away that deflected past Ederson, whose dive was not enough to stop it rolling into the back of the net.
West Brom had started the second half quite brightly; having forced their way into the City box couple of times but Pep Guardiola’s men acted seemed unfazed by their threat.
The Baggies kept to the chase to ensure that they pick a valuable point away from home as by soaking up pressure from a desperate City side.