Emotional Zabaleta proud of ´wonderful nine years´ at Manchester City


Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal are fighting for the third and fourth spots in the Premier League and England's last two spots in next season's Champions League.

"Our home season was not good but we finished the last three games with good performances", Guardiola told a news conference.

De Bruyne curled home a attractive finish from the edge of the area just two minutes later to double the lead following slick buildup play involving most of City's attackers.

That's really important as they will go straight into the Champions League groups if that does turn out that they finish third.

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Just before the hour, Aguero fed the ball to Tour and the big Ivorian burst away from a couple of challenges to get into the box in trademark fashion before beat Foster.

In London, meanwhile, fifth-place Arsenal had to work harder than expected in a 2-0 win over relegated Sunderland on Tuesday with Alexis Sanchez netting the goals.

The defender addressed supporters, who stayed behind after full-time, following the game and was given a standing ovation from the remaining crowd.

Zabaleta was quoted by ESPN saying: "When I first came to Manchester I felt like when I was in Barcelona at Espanyol, we were not the main club in the city - we can't say the same thing now. I think we have quality enough to have been there until the end".

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Manager Tony Pulis said: "The lads have got two days off now, they need that to clear their minds".

And he even waved, with joy clearly etched on his face, as he prepares for his side to take on Watford in the Premier League. "Then we can enjoy the holidays".

Pep Guardiola has insisted that his side will go to Watford to win as they look to secure third place following victory over West Brom. "I am not getting any younger but I can play for two more years and have got offers from different countries", said Zabaleta, who said he plans to play for two more years before retiring to his wife's home city of Barcelona. "In my situation at a big club: I'm sacked".

"But the fact I have been here from day one is something that has made me very proud".

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