Manchester City ace David Silva has picked a Premier League match against Hull City as his toughest match in the famous blue shirt.
Silva arrived at the Manchester club 10 years ago and is set to end his stay at the end of the current campaign.
During that period, Silva became a key member of the club, playing under the likes of Roberto Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini, and now Pep Guardiola.
It was under the Chilian coach, six years ago, that the Cityzens needed to win the match that could have keep them in the hunt for the title, and they did it despite being reduced to 10 men.
"There have been a lot of tough games, but to pick one — I think it was one against Hull City away in the 2013-2014 season," he said during a Reddit Ask Me Anything question and answer session with fans.
"They sent off Kompany I think, and we really needed to win the game to win the league, so we did it, but it was tough to do that with ten men," he added.
Silva has won a number of titles at Manchester City, including Premier League trophies and other domestic cups.