Monday, 28th April, 2014

Manchester City right-back Pablo Zabaleta has revealed that his team are "still very hungry for the title" and will fight until the end to get their hands on the Premier League trophy.

The 2011/12 Premier League champions were back fighting for the title after Jose Mourinho's Chelsea dealt a body blow to league leaders Liverpool's chances with a 2-0 win at Anfield.

The situation as it stands now leaves a three point gap between the top three, with the Sky Blues having three matches and Liverpool and Chelsea having two matches still to play.

"We know that we've been in this situation two years ago and I think we had been talking about that last week", the 29-year-old was quoted as saying by ITV.


"The most important thing we've learned from that experience was the team spirit to keep fighting until the end.

"Whoever ends as the champions, it is because they will deserve it, and we are one of those teams who will fight for it.

"Hopefully we can continue to win the games and show one more time that these players, this team, this manager.

"All the staff, are still working really hard and are still very hungry for the title."

The Argentine international has played 32 games in the league this season, having scored one goal and has also provided his team-mates with five assists.

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