Pablo Zabaleta warns Manchester City's best is still to come

Pablo Zabaleta warns Manchester City's best is still to come

City are one goal short of the Premier League record of 103 set by Chelsea in 2009-10.

PABLO ZABALETA expects former club Manchester City to be even better next season as they look to build on their Premier League title triumph.

Manchester United left it late to record a 2-1 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford, despite a spirited display from a much-changed Gunners team. Two goals against Huddersfield will see them surpass that record as well.

Guardiola's side needed to relocate top gear and Jesus elevated them again in the 53rd minute.

"We took it seriously from the beginning and we are so happy to be still getting close to history", he told the BBC.

Second, they are one win away from setting the Premier League points record. We just need to forget today's result. ".I'm hoping we can turn those last two home games into points".

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The City boss also joked that he would spend another £1 billion to improve his side, adding, "Don't worry, we are going to spend a lot of money next season as well - maybe £1 billion or something".

Raheem Sterling ended the game with a trio of assists but snatched at a chance created by Ilkay Gundogan and Sane in the 20th minute, although the second arrived when the winger rounded Adrian and confusion followed. We need something. We need to touch something, the team. "It is about how your react, not with arrogance or presumptuousness".

He took full advantage, unleashing a powerful strike that took a wicked deflection off West Ham defender Patrice Evra on its way past the wrong-footed Adrian.

"We found a way back at half-time, but we can't have any complaints".

"It was a bit frustrating that the boys slowed down at four-one".

I have come to the conclusion that the "men" on the pitch wearing claret and blue probably were trying their hardest and did want to win. With three games remaining, odds are that they'll break both records before the race is run. Subs: Javier Hernandez (for Lanzini, 66) 5, Joao Mario (for Fernandes, 66) 5, Arthur Masuaku (for Evra, 66) 5. Gabriel Jesus dropped into a deep position and played a lovely ball into the path of Sterling, on the right, who slowed down the play, waited for support, and then played a lovely square pass into the path of Jesus, who poked home. We tried our best but it was not good enough.