French defender BacarySagna won just a single trophy during his three-year spell at Manchester City. BacarySagna joined the Citizens on a free transfer after the expiration of his contract at Arsenal.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was keen to sign Sagna to a new deal at the Emirates Stadium but he opted to run down his contract before leaving the club as a free agent. Manchester City made him their first signing during the summer's transfer window in 2014. He had spent seven years at Arsenal on the back of his transfer into the Premier League. BacarySagna left French club Auxerre to join the Gunners in a reported £7m deal in 2007. His last action as an Arsenal player was winning the 2013/14 FA Cup title thanks to the extra time strike from Welsh international Aaron Ramsey. Arsenal had to do it the hard way to win that FA Cup title as they came from two goals down to beat Hull City 3-2 via extra time.

BacarySagnawon his solitary trophy at Manchester City in the League Cup. He was part of the Manchester City squad that defeated Liverpool on penalties in the final of the 2015/16 League Cup.
Sagna started the 2016 League Cup final on the right side of the Manchester City defence and he was on for the whole of regulation time before making way for fellow right-back Pablo Zabaleta at the start of extra time. The Frenchman won the League Cup title in just his second season at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City were well on their way to winning the final in regulation time until Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho struck seven minutes from time to earn extra time for his Liverpool side. Fellow Brazilian international Fernandinho had given Manchester City the lead four minutes into the second half. Manchester City needed a 3-1 win on penalties to secure the aforementioned League Cup trophy under their Chilean manager, Manuel Pellegrini.