Manchester City returned to the winning ways with a dominant 4-0 victory over West Browmich Albion on Saturday, which kept the Citizens on top of the Premier League table and ended a six-match winless streak for Pep Guardiola and his men.
Wins like this always make the players happy, and lots of them took to social media to share their joy with the followers. Here's a round-up of reactions from City players on Twitter:
Very happy about the victory, the goals and the brilliant teamwork. And we are going for more! C'mon, City!— Sergio Kun Aguero (@aguerosergiokun) October 29, 2016
Great team performance!!! Well done boys #ComeOnCity— Pablo Zabaleta (@pablo_zabaleta) October 29, 2016
Pep Guardiola also spoke to the media after the game, and it was all about praising Sergio Agüero and West Brom for the Catalan boss:
“We need Sergio. We know how important he is for us. He is part of the history of this club and will be forever but I would like to help him. He can still write the most brilliant pages in his career in this club. All of us we are there to help him and of course the first goal is really good and the second as well.
"He’s one of the best, yeah, absolutely. But I want to help him be much, much better. That is my target. Just to see how many goals he’s scored here in the Premier League and how difficult it is, and that’s why I’m so, so happy for him because he is one of the nicest people I have ever met. I love working with nice guys, nice people – and Sergio is one of them.
“The Premier League, my friends, is tough! You are winning 2-0 and West Brom start to play their best football. They start to put in crosses and win second balls. The first hour we had controlled these kinds of things, and after that we cannot because the opponents are really good.
“After three draws and three defeats, we tried to win again and we have a little bit more than in the last games, in terms of being a group and being a team. After that, the quality of the players made the difference. We are so happy because we are still there and for our confidence it will be good.”