Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Pablo Zabaleta proud of Manchester City career

PABLO Zabaleta will rightly get a hero's reception as he bids farewell to his adoring Manchester City fans at the Etihad Stadium tonight.

"Gabriel was wonderful but I thought the key player in front was Sergio", said Guardiola on Sky Sports.

But he returned to the first team after apologising and has forced his way back into becoming an important player with teammates hoping he will land a new deal.

"I came here to try to win this year, but it was not possible", he told reporters.

"In life sometimes you have to make tough decisions".

"And, of course, he has quality. They had one chance and scored".

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"He's shown his quality over the years he's been here".

And as the 2018 tournament could be his last, Aguero is desperate to play a key part in it.

Manager Tony Pulis said: "City deserved to win the game - they were better than us".

"Get out from the central defenders, create space behind central defenders if they decide to follow him". Pablo is a lovely guy off the field and I've always got on great with him, while on the field he's so courageous.

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City will finish third if it prevails over Watford next Sunday in the EPL season's final match.

But yesterday's 3-1 victory over West Brom should be enough to guarantee a top-four finish ― and a place in next season's Champions League ― while a win at Watford will assure City of advancing directly to the competition proper.

On the field, they were highly efficient in sweeping the Baggies aside to move up to third in the Premier League and tighten their grip on a Champions League position.

Here, we sit down with Zabaleta and discuss his time at the Etihad. "If I were Chelsea, they don't have to qualify for the Champions League, so it's our fault or it could be better, not because of the opponents". "We finished the last three games with good performances, but it was not good". We have to be very proud. "I am sure the future is so bright and hopefully one day the club can achieve it".

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