Aguero's display thrills Pep
Pep Guardiola was quick to praise Sergio Aguero as well as Pablo Zabaleta after Manchester City had beaten West Brom 3-1.
Aguero did not score against the Baggies on Tuesday but set up goals for Yaya Toure and Kevin De Bruyne while Zabaleta played in his last home game for City before ending his nine-year association with the club this summer.
"Gabriel was amazing but I thought the key player in front was Sergio," said Guardiola.
"He did not score but he made two or three assists. He played… wow, like for a long time I didn't see."
Third-placed City need a point at Watford to be certain of clinching a top four spot and they are 12/1 to win 2-1 at Vicarage Road and 4/5 to keep a clean sheet against the Hornets.
Meanwhile, Guardiola said of Zabaleta: "The crowd have stayed to say goodbye to a legend.
"Seeing people cry for him and what he has done… it was a perfect day, a special day for Pablo and he deserves everything."
Manchester City are 7/1 to win Sunday's game at Watford from behind while they are available at 5/2 to score a penalty against Walter Mazzarri's team.
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