Video: Sergio Aguero dwarfs all-time Rooney record with a deft header against Everton

Sergio Aguero came on as a second-half substitute and scored two goals in five minutes to make it a 5-0 win against Everton in his last Premier League game for Manchester City. His second, a perfectly placed header from a Fernandinho cross, turned out to be a monumental one as it dethroned Wayne Rooney as…

Video: Sergio Aguero whacks fierce near-post finish against Crystal Palace

Sergio Aguero scored his first goal at Selhurst Park in his last game at the stadium as a Man City player and it was a goal to remember. The Argentine striker, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, put Manchester City ahead with a trademark near-post finish after receiving a pass…

Man City put cheeky Sergio Aguero tribute in next season’s home kit

Manchester City’s home kit for the 21/22 season from Puma will feature a tribute to their beloved striker Sergio Aguero as a leaked picture shows the numbers 93.20 being marked on the insides of the blue shirt. The numbers on the inside of the collar is a reference to the time in the game when…

Sergio Aguero calls time on Manchester City career, a reaction montage

Sergio Aguero will leave Manchester City at the end of the season after spending 10 years at the club. As all good things must come to an end, so would Aguero’s time at the club as his contract runs out at the end of July. The Argentine joined Manchester City back in 2011 and will…

(Video) Sergio Aguero lambasted for putting his hands on the neck of lineswoman Sian Massey

Folks on Twitter took issues with a very weird moment between Sergio Aguero and lineswoman during Manchester City’s Premier League game against Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium. The Argentine striker was caught on cam putting his hands on the referee’ assistant after a decision which went against Manchester City. It is really hard to imagine…

Liverpool and Man City account for 17.9 percent of all the points won in the Premier League this season

For the Premier League, the 2000s saw the world get introduced to the notion of the Big Four concept. In that time, the world saw Arsenal become the Invincibles in 2004 and Chelsea haul a then-record by accumulating 95 points in 2005. The 2010s however, brought us new change. With the emergence of Manchester City…