Manchester City enjoyed a comfortable 3-1 home win against West Brom on Tuesday night, a result which sees them need just a point from their final day clash with Watford to book a place in next season’s Champions League.
On a night which saw Pablo Zabaleta bid farewell to the Etihad faithful, the hosts were much the better side, with the in-form Gabriel Jesus opening the scoring on 27 minutes.
Kevin De Bruyne was the architect of that opening goal and within two minutes, the Belgian playmaker had put his side 2-0 up, via a superb first-time finish.
After the break, the Citizens went 3-0 up, courtesy of Yaya Touré who fired past Ben Foster.
Soon after, Zabaleta came off the bench in his final performance in front of City’s home fans.