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Yaya Toure: it’s up to Manchester City to decide whether to put up a statue or not. 9320 and rush into the stadium after suffering from injury.

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, Yaya Toure, now a coach at Tottenham Youth, looked back on his time at Manchester City and talked about Aguero’s 93rd minute 20 second winning goal.
Yaya Toure’s old team-mates Kompany, David Silva and Aguero all have statues at the Itihad Stadium, while the Ivorian midfielder has no statues, he said with a smile: “it depends on the club and the fans.” when I came to Manchester City, my dream was to make a huge impact. If you remember, the reporters asked me why I came, I won everything at Barcelona, I came to a club with nothing, and people asked if it was just about money.
I know what I want to achieve and I have left a fortune in every club. If someone wants to reward me for what I have done for them, that’s good, and if they don’t want to, it’s up to them to decide. Sometimes in life, people forget something or have a different understanding of things, it doesn’t matter. ”
Yaya Toure then recalled 9320 and said: “did you know I missed Aguero’s goal?” We thought QPR was easy to play that day. I helped Zabaleta score in the first half, and then I felt my hamstring hurt. Mancini said to me, ‘Don’t worry, we have players to deal with, you rest.’
When QPR equalized, I could hear the fans shouting outside. I told the staff, ‘this is too much pressure, can you put a TV in front of me?’ We saw QPR score again, 2-1. I understand what the fans are going through, I feel fear, anxiety and how quickly they can get the upper hand in my mind. I’ve been through everything. How could we lose the game? How is that possible?’ I go to the bathroom every two minutes.
After Aguero scored, I forgot my hamstring injury and rushed out of the dressing room to the pitch. I didn’t know what I did, but I found myself on the pitch. The doctor asked me what you were doing here. I don’t think I know. I’ll never forget that moment. ”