Although his side lost 3-1 at Tottenham, Tevez should have been one of the contenders for man of the match, having a huge hand in displaying the amount of work rate which explains why many refer to him as a "bulldog."
But while his influence at the Etihad Stadium cannot be denied, the 29-year-old has previously expressed his desire to retire after telling an Argentinian radio station back in 2010 that he wished to return to Argentina in three years' time.
Of course, Manchester City have won the FA Cup and Premier League since that interview, and Tevez's relationship with manager Roberto Mancini has blossomed, with the former Boca Juniors forward seemingly adopting a more mature attitude towards his football career.
Tevez has even hinted at staying beyond his contract, which expires in 2014, according to the Mirror. Let's just assume he is leaving; who would you want to replace Tevez at the Lancashire-based club?
Take a peek at who we believe could replace the former Manchester United striker. Remember, your comments and opinions are welcomed as always.