On what might be his ultimate Etihad look as a Metropolis participant, Kompany scored an unimaginable aim from 25 yards out to earn a 1-Zero victory over Leicester Metropolis.
The champions have been held till the 70th minute by Brendan Rodgers’ aspect and risked handing the initiative to title rivals Liverpool heading into the ultimate weekend.
However Kompany’s good strike broke Leicester’s resolve and ensured that victory at Brighton and Hove Albion on the ultimate day will see Metropolis maintain onto their crown.
“Everybody was saying don’t shoot however I’ve not come this far in my profession to be instructed once I can and might’t shoot,” the centre-half instructed Sky Sports activities.
“I’ve had 15 years of top-level midfielders telling me to not shoot however I at all times instructed them sooner or later I’m going to have a shot from outdoors the field and I’m going to attain a aim.”
Kompany’s Metropolis contract is ready to run out this summer season and the membership captain seemed to be tearful through the conventional end-of-season lap of honour.
However Kompany insisted that, whether or not he stays with Metropolis or not, he won’t retire on the finish of the season on the age of 33.
Requested immediately about his Metropolis future, Kompany mentioned: “I have no idea at this level. I’m completely not [retiring]. I’m going to play. Nothing is written in stone.”
On his aim, Kompany added: “It’s not in regards to the quantity of targets you rating it’s about whenever you rating them. Right this moment it was mandatory.
“From the very begin we had the appropriate depth to try to win this sport. Kasper made some necessary saves and solely I may beat him on a day like as we speak! I’m simply attempting to contribute and as we speak we went one step nearer.”