Manchester City were absolutely impressive against Watford, the final 6-0 (away from home!) says it all, and if there is one man that stack out, that was Sergio Aguero with his three goals.
The Argentine is now just two goals behind City legend Eric Brook, who finished his career having scored 177 times for the Manchester side. Aguero’s hat-trick against Watford pushed him to 175, and it’s a matter of time before… history is written.
Hopefully that will happen very soon, and hopefully we can have a big celebration. Hopefully the club can do that one day soon in the stadium at the game. He’s a legend, and it’s a part of history in the club
Pep Guardiola told reporters after City’s triumph at Watford, talking about his Argentine striker.
Listen, I always think he works hard. But he’s a guy I encourage to play, not just to score goals. I don’t want just two or three players defending or trying to score goals, I want everyone defending and everyone attacking. I want to see every player move towards the ball, especially the strikers. All things considered, I feel Sergio is a more complete player today, compared to a year ago
Guardiola then said, when… reminded that last season he left Aguero on the bench on a good number of occasions, despite the fact that he was scoring regularly.