Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Man City legend Pablo Zabaleta takes parting shot at Man United


Guardiola wanted to see a better pressing game from Aguero, more teamwork and link-up play, a better work ethic.

I though I had done enough, it's the right time, probably, for me to move on, but believe me I love so much this club. "The Swansea game will be tough but we are desperate to finish on a win".

"We put in a good performance against one of the most physical teams in the Premier League and we were compact so the players once again showed me how they are". Maybe next season hopefully we can do better.

Toure's City career looked to be over when he was left out for the first three months of the season after comments from his agent Dimitri Seluk criticising manager Pep Guardiola.

It is not the first time that Pulis has been spotted enjoying a glass of red, having posed for a picture with Chelsea manager and Premier League victor Antonio Conte earlier this season, along with assistant manager Steve Holland and Sky Sports presenter Geoff Shreeves.

"I learned from Barcelona where I met players who were 28-29 and they learned".

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A point at Watford on Sunday will guarantee a top-four place for Pep Guardiola's City, but they can secure third place - and, crucially, avoid the Champions League play-off round - if they win.

"I will enjoy watching Manchester City in the Champions League". We did well, created chances then conceded a goal and didn't score as many as we deserved.

Substitute Hal Robson-Kanu scored a late consolation on a night the Etihad Stadium said a fond farewell to Pablo Zabaleta after nine years at the club.

"I am very happy and proud to have been part of this football club". For me, we couldn't let people say something like that about us.

On a night of high emotion as long-serving full-back Pablo Zabaleta said farewell to the Etihad Stadium, City eased past the Baggies 3-1 with goals from Gabriel Jesus, Kevin De Bruyne and Yaya Toure.

West Brom slipped a place to ninth without any of their rivals playing, the result of a run that has seen them collect just two points from the last available 24.

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