Sergio ’11’ Aguero: Revisiting All His Premier League Hat-Tricks

Sergio '11' Aguero: Revisiting All His Premier League Hat-Tricks

With his superb treble against Chelsea on Sunday night, Manchester City record goalscorer, Sergio Aguero, equaled the great Alan Shearer’s record of 11 Premier League hat-tricks. 


Following the Argentine’s hat-trick on Sunday, Alan Shearer took a bit of time to praise the Manchester City legend, tipping him to break his record over the coming days. 

“It is only a matter of time before he goes and gets number 12, 13 and 14 in the Premier League,” said Shearer, as quoted by BBC.

“I am delighted for him and City are lucky to have him.”

In this section, we skip through the former Atletico Madrid forward’s Manchester City career and revisit each of his 11 Premier League hat-tricks.

Wigan Athletic, 2011

Having already scored three Premier League goals for his new club, Sergio Aguero was beaming with confidence going into the match against Wigan Atletic. In only his third start for the club, Aguero announced his arrival to the world, scoring a superb right-footed hat-trick. 

Sergio '11' Aguero: Revisiting All His Premier League Hat-Tricks
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Tottenham, 2014

Sergio Aguero bagged his first four-goal haul in the 4-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium. He opened scored two penalties, missed one, and converted the other two with his right and left foot, respectively.

QPR, 2015

Sergio Aguero scored half of Manchester City six goals in an end-of-season routing of Queens Park Rangers at the Etihad Stadium. He netted his first after just four minutes of play before adding further goals on the 50th and 65th minute, respectively.

Newcastle, 2015

Sergio Aguero was at his merciless best against Newcastle United as he scored five goals in an emphatic 6-1 goal. Aguero took only 20 minutes to bag five goals, scoring in the 42nd, 49th, 50th, 60th, and 62nd minute, respectively. His hattrick came in just eight minutes – the fastest in the club’s history.

Chelsea, 2016

Sergio Aguero’s first hat-trick away from saw him score all three goals in a 3-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. His first was a clinical strike into the bottom corner, while the second was a composed finish from a perfect through ball. He scored his third from the spot.

Watford, 2017

Sergio Aguero opened the scoring with a left-footed tap-in, then netted a superb header, and finally completed his ‘perfect hat-trick’ with a brilliant right-footed solo effort. Thanks to the Argentine’s exploits, Manchester City recorded a commanding 6-0 win at Watford. 

Newcastle, 2018

Aguero bagged all three goals as Manchester City beat Newcastle 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium. He opened his scoring through a glancing header from Kevin de Bruyne’s delivery, doubled his tally from the spot, before securing his treble with a cheeky low strike.

 Leicester City, 2018

Kun Aguero bagged his third hat-trick of the 2017/18 campaign against Leicester City. He became the only player to score four goals in a single match that Premier League campaign. A 20-year screamer to beat Kasper Schmeichel was the pick of the bunch.

Huddersfield, 2018

Huddersfield stopper, Ben Hamer, endured a horrendous night as Manchester City recorded a 6-1 win at the Etihad Stadium. Aguero, as always, was at his opportunistic best as he punished almost all of Huddersfield’s defensive errors.

Arsenal, 2019

Following last weeks shock 2-1 defeat at Newcastle, Manchester City needed to respond, and their record goalscorer made sure they responded in style. The Argentine, who scored all three of City’s goals in a 3-1 win, scored a diving header to get off the mark, while his other two goals were tap-ins from close range.

Chelsea, 2019

An in-form Manchester City hammered Chelsea 6-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday night. Aguero scored a superb curler for his first, pounced on a Ross Barkley mistake for his second, and finally secured the match ball through a clinical strike from the spot.

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Manchester City 2-1 Liverpool: The Citizens revives the title race

Manchester City 2-1 Liverpool: The Citizens revives the title race

Manchester City beats Liverpool for the first time this season and revives everything in running the Premier League. 


Liverpool FC suffered their first defeat in the Premier League on Thursday when they suffered (2-1) in the mighty hands Manchester City 2-1. In case of a victory, the Reds could have ruined the Citizens aspirations, but Guardiola’s team eventually secured all three points.

 

The game was very important for both teams, but it was more urgent for Manchester City, who entered the field seven points adrift of Liverpool, leader of the English Premier League. The Reds, meanwhile, wanted to leave the Etihad ten points clear at the top, a distance that would certainly be very difficult to recover for the players of Guardiola.

Without many surprises, Manchester City had more possession but it was Liverpool, around 18 minutes, were literally millimeters away from the goal. A Sadio Mane shot hit Ederson’s post, and the ball remained very close to the danger zone. Citizens central defender John Stones tried to solve the problems but hit his goalkeeper, causing the ball to jump in the direction of the goal. With immense rapidity, the City guard turned and avoided the goal, inches from the line. Moments later, goal-line technology showed that the ball did not fully enter the goal by a hairline.

At the 40th minute, an insistent move by Bernardo Silva from the left helped the ball to reach Aguero. Without any angle, but with a lot of space due to lack of pressure from Lovren, the Argentine hit hard and beat Alisson for the only space where the ball could enter.

For a possible huge lead in the league, Liverpool equalized at the 64th minute, in a play between lateral defenses and finished by the spearhead. From the right, Arnold discovered Robertson with a great pass, and the Scotsman served Robert Firmino, who scored to make it 1-1.

Just as Liverpool were thinking about going for the three points, City restored their advantage thanks to Leroy Sane. The Germany international fired the ball into the bottom corner of Alisson’s goal, making this the first time Liverpool have conceded more than once in a Premier League game this season.

Liverpool tried well, even with several long balls in the final minutes, but failed to reach any positive result. They showed the urgency which had been lacking from their performance, but their balls into the box were easily defended by City. The champions held on to swing the title race momentum in their favor with a deserved victory.

 

The winner: Pep Guardiola

Champion of England title on the line. So Manchester City had no other choice but to win to keep their ambition going. It was also a vital test for the coach, Pep Guardiola. With these three points so precious, the Spanish coach was first not to plunge into many doubts while his team had been beaten twice consecutively during his last three outings at the end of December by Crystal Palace (2 -3) and Leicester (1-2). Then, for this first match in 2019, Guardiola was also able to send a message to his counterpart Jurgen Klopp in a head-to-head between two of the most highly rated technicians of the moment. With his organization rarely disturbed, a dry pressing all time, and decisive individualities, the former coach of Barca won his duel against Klopp, who never knew how to turn the tide even if the entry of Fabinho had influence in the game.

 

The loser: Sadio Mane

In the magic trio of Firmino-Salah-Mane, the last name is the one who disappoints the least, the one who never completely misses his objective. At Etihad Stadium, the Senegalese was not catastrophic, but he was not as lethal as expected. There is of course that could have changed everything in the 18th minute, his only opportunity in the match. Other than that, offensively, it was difficult to find the former player of FC Metz, well blocked by the Citizens. Another factor that did not help him, he was not properly concerned about his doings. For example, for his inadequate retreat during Sane’s decisive goal, Alexander-Arnold was far too lonely in the bunch of Man City footballers.

 

Aguero – Manchester City star signs a contract extension

Aguero - Manchester City star signs a contract extension

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has decided to extend his current contract with the Premier League club by another year.

The Argentina international was contracted to the Premier League Champions till 2020 and he has now signed an extension that will keep him at the club until 2021.

Director of Football Txiki Begiristain said: “We are delighted that Sergio is extending his stay at Manchester City. He has been so important to this Club since his arrival in 2011 and he remains at the forefront of what we are want to achieve in the coming years. We are fortunate to have had one of the best strikers in the world at our Club for so many years and I’m sure our supporters will be thrilled with this news.”

Aguero joined Manchester City in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, City’s all-time top scorer will have spent a whole decade with the club when his new deal expires.

With 204 goals in 299 appearances, Aguero is on the path of breaking more Manchester City and Premier League records. The 30-year-old striker has scored more goals than any other player in the club’s history. His goal in the 4-2 win away at Napoli in November 2017 which was his 178th for City, saw him overtake Eric Brook and become the Club’s greatest ever goalscorer. Brook’s record in the club had stood for a whopping 78 years.

Aguero holds the best minutes-to-goal ratio in Premier League history (based on 50 goals or more scored). He has scored 146 at an average of a goal every 108 minutes which is better than Thierry Henry’s record of 121.8 minutes per goal. Aguero also has 9 Premier League hat-tricks, just two behind Alan Shearer, the record holder. Shearer, the all-time leading Premier League scorer with 260 goals, called Aguero the best foreign player to ever play in the Premier League”.

Just to reveal where Aguero ranks among the foreign Premier League greats, here is a list of the top overseas scorers in Premier League till now.

Thierry Henry (France) – 175 goals in 258 games for Arsenal

Sergio Aguero (Argentina) – 146 goals in 211 games for Manchester City

SRobin van Persie (Netherlands) – 144 goals in 280 games for Arsenal and Manchester United

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Netherlands) – 127 goals in 288 games for Leeds, Chelsea, Middlesbrough, and Charlton

Robbie Keane (Ireland) – 126 goals in 349 games for Coventry, Leeds, Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham, and Aston Villa

Nicolas Anelka (France) – 125 goals in 364 games for Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton, Chelsea, and West Brom

Dwight Yorke (Trinidad and Tobago) – 123 goals in 375 games for Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn, Birmingham City, and Sunderland.

Aguero has already scored 5 goals and assisted a further 2 in 6 games for City this season. 

Speaking to CityTV, Aguero said: I am happy for this additional year. My idea was being here for 10 years. I’ve been here for seven years, it’s going to be 10 when the contract expires. Hopefully, that’s going to happen. This was the main reason I signed.”

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Spain 6 – 0 Croatia | UEFA Nations League

Spain 6 - 0 Croatia | UEFA Nations League

Spain’s extraordinary performance led them to a 6-0 victory against World Cup runners-up Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.

Luis Enrique‘s team who beat England at Wembley in their opener in the competition on Saturday performed even better and never looked back after Saul Niguez‘s headed opener.

Marco Asensio produced a marvelous unique performance in Spain’s riot against FIFA World Cup runners-up Croatia. The Real Madrid forward created all 4 goals after scoring his teams 2nd. The only goals where he played no part in was La Roja‘s opener, a brilliant Saúl Ñíguez header from Dani Carvajal‘s right-wing cross.

Marco Asensio scored his first international goal and escorted Spain to an outstanding 6-0 win over Croatia on Tuesday night in UEFA Nations League action. Tuesday’s match in Elche marked ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique’s first home match as Spain manager and his 2nd win in as many matches since taking over the club in July.

Croatia could do very little to stop the Spanish attack as the World Cup finalists endured their poorest ever defeat in team history.

Elche native Saul Niguez scored the night’s first goal in the 24th minute with a leaping header off Dani Carvajal’s long diagonal cross that ricocheted past Croatia goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic.

Asensio opened up his national team scoring account with a magnificent left-footed strike from 25 yards out in the 32nd minute. Two minutes later, the Real Madrid midfielder shot another ball that rattled the crossbar and clipped Kalinic, settling in for an own-goal off the diving Croatian keeper.

Rodrigo scored after sliding past the Croatian backline on a through-ball from Asensio in the 49th minute. In the 57th minute, Spain captain Sergio Ramos headed in his 14th international goal for the team’s 5th on the night. Isco bagged Spain’s 6th goal with a right-footed shot from the center of the box in the 70th minute.

Croatia’s best moment came before the first whistle even blew. Ivan Rakitic received a warm applause from the crowd as the Barcelona midfielder was honored by Croatian officials before the match for his 100th national team cap.

Spain now have 6 points in UEFA Nations League Group 4 after two games. Croatia and England have none after their individual losses to Spain.

Hat-trick by Aguero | Man. City 6 – 1 Huddersfield | Premier League

Premier League: A hattrick from Sergio Aguero puts Manchester City on the track to another title

A hattrick from Sergio Aguero puts Manchester City on the track to another title

Pep Guardiola’s men have picked up the season from where they left last year around, with performances of the highest order. After the victory over Arsenal last week, Guardiola’s Manchester City looked in fine touch against Huddersfield.

Guardiola started Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus up front, alongside Bernado Silva, Benjamin Mendy, David Silva and Ilkay Gundogan. Fernandinho was the last midfielder on the pitch, with John Stones, Vincent Kompany, and Aymeric Laporte marshaling the defence.

For 20 straight minutes in the first half, it looked and felt like a long day for the Huddersfield players. Guardiola’s men not only passed the ball every-so-patiently but found Aguero and Jesus at the end of the delivery.

It was only going to be a matter of time before either of the strikers got onto the scoring sheet.

Kun Aguero all the way for City:

Sergio Aguero opened the scoring for the hosts in the 25th minute of the encounter with a fine finish past Hamer at the goal. His striker partner Gabriel Jesus did not make a mistake as he crashed the ball home in the 31st minute of the clash.

Aguero was not done for the night as he returned to score another one in the 35th minute of the encounter. At 3-0, the hopes of the Huddersfield fan started shrinking as Manchester City passed the ball across the field.

However, Stankovic brought the away side a goal with a neat finish at 3-1 before the first half.

City’s Spanish midfielder David Silva for the first time at Etihad brought his newborn son Mateo on the playing field prior to the clash. With emotions flying high before the game, it was a sighter of things that was to be expected on the day.

Silva was on the scoresheet with a fine finish just after the stroke of half-time. Aguero completed his treble in the 75th minute as an own goal from Kongolo completed the rout at 6-1 for Manchester City.

FIFA World Cup, Highlights: France 4 – 3 Argentina

Argentina VS France

France 4 – 3 Argentina, Highlights:

By being the most talented teenage footballer comes pressure, but with it comes the gift of making defenders look slow, and slow defenders look ridiculous. But at the end, last night was about bigger things than the first half demolition of Marcus Rojo. Kylian Mbappe had shattered the dreams of one of the greatest.

Mbappe’s incredible turn of pace that won France the penalty in the first half, saw him flash before our eyes just like the career’s of the host of defenders and midfielders he left behind. At the other end of the pitch, Lionel Messi tried all that he could to survive yet another opponent but was left stranded most often, Sampaoli playing him in a false nine role.

It would be woefully wrong to say that this match saw the passing of the baton from Messi to Mbappe, as it can only be said if someone is capable of dominating the opposition for more than a decade. But you can, however, imagine the reluctant acceptance in Messi as he led youngsters like Enzo Perez and Meza to compete with a talented generation of young Frenchmen with the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Osman Dembele who by the way didn’t even feature.

Messi has however done his best for his squad that was considered poor led by a head coach whose attitude towards playing attacking talent has only seemed to decline with time. Perhaps Messi’s last act as an Argentina international was to stroke the cross on to the head of Sergio Aguero at the back post for an Argentina goal that narrowed the margin to closer than it should have been. If he has to win the World cup and end the argument of who’s the greatest of all time, then he will have to do it in Qatar at the age of 35, which is not impossible but he will have to surround himself with teammates who have the same will and vigour as he does and individuals who are capable of winning the tournament as a team.

But this match wasn’t about Messi’s fairy-tale story but it was about the start of another, the story of a 19-year-old sensation who stood out when the best players didn’t. No teenager since Pele in 1958 has scored more than one goal in a World Cup match, but Mbappe wisely avoided comparisons afterward. “Let’s put this in context,” he said, “Pele’s another category”. His arresting talent will take him a long way and one day he may, like Messi, play in four World Cup finals. Although the one thing he will not be able to control in ten years’ time is whether the players around him are up to the task.

Key Stats:
1. France has qualified for two consecutive Quarter Finals for the first time.
2. Argentina are the first team to score at least three goals but still lose a World Cup match since the USSR vs Belgium in 1986 (3-4).
3. There were eight yellow cards in this match, equalling the most shown in a single game so far at the 2018 World Cup (also Belgium vs Panama).
4. This was just the fifth time Argentina have conceded 4+ goals in a World Cup match, and first since losing 0-4 to Germany in the 2010 quarter-final.
5. France scored with all four of their shots on target in this match. They’d scored three goals from 12 shots on target in the group stages.

Messi misses penalty as Argentina vs Iceland match results in a draw

Argentina VS Iceland

First time World Cup playing Iceland have shown us how to stop this Argentina team from scoring, with a defensive masterclass performance. Right from the first minute, the side from Europe has held the South American giants by their neck.

Argentina and Lionel Messi came into this game knowing that Iceland would be the easiest of opponents in the group, with Croatia and Nigeria being the others team in the group. With Nigeria’s past record against Argentina and Croatia’s midfield, it remains far from done that Argentina is going to get hold of the victory.

Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero opened the scoring for the South Americans with a brutal left-footed strike that stung the back of the net in the opening 20 minutes of the Group opener. However, it took only four minutes for Iceland to level things up with Alfreo Finnbogason striking from close range.

A solid first-half performance gave Iceland the confidence:

Half-time couldn’t have come at a better time for both the sides, with both teams exhausted after the monumental first half. While Messi looked on to match his rival Cristiano Ronaldo on the goal scoring chart in the second half of the game.

However, it was not all happy for Lionel Messi in the second half of the game with extensive defensive sabotage from Iceland preventing a potential Argentine attack. While Argentina started growing more frustrated, Iceland remained ice solid at the back with clearances left, right and centre.

The first opportunity that popped up in the second half for the South Americans was when Messi launched a ball that found the goal-scorer Aguero. Aguero, took a touch before he went tumbling down under the challenge of an Iceland defender. It was Messi, who was taking the penalty with Iceland defender crossing his fingers that the ball would not go into the net.

Messi’s penalty woe continues:

Just like numerous times in the recent past, Messi stepped up to take the all crucial penalty for Argentina and slotted it left before a strong save from Halldorsson saw the ball go back into the play on the wide post. However, Argentina and Messi could not capitalize on the penalty yet again in his career.

Messi’s woe with penalties continued as Argentina struggled and were held against a determined Iceland side, who looked the most comfortable on the night in the Group D encounter. With a draw, Argentina could only hope that the game between Nigeria and Croatia go stalemate if the South Americans find themselves a chance of qualifying.

The soon to be 31-year-old Messi, who is at his fourth World Cup, has to possibly play well in his last chance for global glory to go with his spectacular achievements at club level with Barcelona. With Aguero, the other player performing well for Argentina, the odds and the screws are turned over for the South American side.

Predicted Manchester City Starting 11- 2018/19 Season

Manchester City

Manchester City broke a number of records last season in their colossal title-winning campaign. Pep Guardiola‘s side played scintillating football which garnered a lot of attention from the world. Their whole squad had been nothing short of perfect, as they won the league with a record 100 points; it was Manchester City’s best season ever. Pep has decided not to delve in early in the transfer market this summer but has been linked with a couple of big money moves. Let’s take a look at a possible Manchester City side for next season if things go their way.

GK: Ederson Moraes

Ederson has been absolutely brilliant since making his switch to the Etihad. The 24-year old stopper was credited with 16 clean sheets, second to only Golden Glove recipient, David De Gea and also conceded the least amount of goals. His sweeper keeper style has been detrimental to Manchester City’s success last season and he’s bound to keep the no.1 spot all to himself.

RB: Kyle Walker

Another player who turned out to be immensely successful under Pep, as Walker lifted his first Premier League trophy after making a switch from White Hart Lane this season. He played 32 matches, making 6 assists,  26 dribbles, 31 clearances, 29 interceptions and completed 2,073 passes and 30 key passes. The 28-year old England international is highly unlikely to lose his place in the team.

CB: Nicolás Otamendi

Otamendi played 3 seasons for the club and this one was his finest. The 30-year old defender made 34 appearances and scored 4 goals on four separate occasions. The Argentinean boasted impressive stats such as 2,825 passes, 43 tackles, 122 clearances and 48 interceptions.

CB: John Stones

While Stones could just play in 18 matches this season, he still had a good run of performances for the club. The 24-year old completed 1,194 passes, 11 tackles, 41 clearances and 19 interceptions. He seems like the best choice for Pep to partner with Otamendi next season, barely cut above Laporte and Kompany.

LB: Benjamin Mendy

One of the most anticipated signings of the Premier League, young Benjamin Mendy had the world at his feet as everyone expected the 23-year old Frenchman to light up the Premier League just like he did Ligue 1. That was not to be due to the unfortunate season-ending injury he suffered early in the season. While Delph had more than made up for his loss, Mendy is fit again and going to the World Cup where he is likely to claim his spot on the team back.

CDM: Jorginho

While Fernandinho was undoubtedly one of the best midfielders in the league last season, he is 33 going on 34 and will find it difficult to produce similar results next season, especially as it is the toughest league in the world. Pep is reportedly close to signing Napoli superstar Jorginho (for about £50m)  who would be the successor to Manchester City stalwart, Yaya Toure who left at the end of the season.

CM: David Silva

Fan favorite midfield maestro David Silva had one of his best seasons yet scoring 9 goals and assisting 11 in his 29 appearances. The 32-year old Premier League veteran was apparently going through some personal problems but he overcame them proving to be a vital asset in City’s campaign last season. The Spanish genius is bound to keep his place in Pep’s side next season.

CM: Kevin De Bruyne

The best player in City’s 100-point campaign last season was none other than Premier League Play-maker of the Year, Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian superstar featured in 37 games scoring 8 goals and holding a league-high record of 16 assists and was the key to City’s successful campaign this season. De Bruyne is set to be the most important player for next season for City.

LW: Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling was another major weapon in City’s arsenal. With 18 goals and 11 assists, the 23-year old winger had his most productive season yet and was among the few elite players to reach double figures in both goals and assists. The England international is one player who is set to keep his place in City’s side next season.

RW: Riyad Mahrez

Riyad Mahrez proved his worth as a player once again after Leicester had an average season but he still turned up with 12 goals and 10 assists to join the few players to reach double figures in goals and assists. The Algerian is linked with a £75m move to the Etihad and he will be the prime candidate to break into the first team, likely at the expense of 22-year old youngster Leroy Sane.

CF: Sergio Agüero

One of the most prolific strikers in the Premier League or rather the world has ever seen had yet another productive season with 21 goals and 6 assists in just 25 matches. Year after year Sergio Agüero proves himself as one of the best in the world without even a hint of slowing down. Even with young Jesus coming in form, Agüero is another player who will be difficult to replace.

The underappreciated Stars of the Premier League: The ‘SALAH’ Eclipse, eclipses them all!

Firmino Kane Vardy Aguero

Mohamed Salah’s first Season for Liverpool in the Premier League has been nothing short of brilliant, 32 goals and 10 assists is truly a remarkable feat. But you can’t help but notice that a lot of players’ achievements went unnoticed because of Salah’s exceptional performance.

So here’s a list of players whose achievements weren’t appreciated as much:

  1. Roberto Firmino: First up we have Roberto Firmino, the Brazilian Forward has been absolutely sensational for Liverpool with a total of 27 goals and 14 assists in all competitions. To put things in perspective Firmino has 10 goals and 8 assists in the UEFA Champions League, a combined total of 18 ( goals + assists ) which is the best in the league, even surpassing the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and teammate Mohamed Salah. All this in his debut Champions League Campaign, he has added another 15 goals and 7 assists in the Premier League this season where we have seen him complete dome clever back-heel passes and nonchalantly finish some ‘no-look’ goals. So much so that Firmino’s contract extension was also a ‘no-look’, Bobby Firmino has certainly had a season to remember!
  2. Harry Kane: The Talismanic English Striker has been very consistent since his first proper full Season for Tottenham in the 2014/15 Season, ever since he has consistently scored 20 + goals every season scoring 21, 25, 29 and 30 goals in this Season. Kane has become one of the most lethal Strikers in the world and has constantly been linked to a move to Real Madrid. With 41 Goals in all competitions. Kane’s Heroics haven’t gone completely unnoticed as he was unveiled as England’s Captain, this could very well be a ‘make or break’ World Cup for Harry Kane.
  3. Jamie Vardy: The hardworking goal machine hasn’t been a one season wonder like most of his teammates since Leicester’s fairytale 2015/16 Season that saw them against all odds win the Premier League Title. Vardy finished this Season with 20 Goals and finished fourth in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot, only Salah, Kane and Aguero finished above him and Leicester doesn’t possess the playmakers that Liverpool, Spurs or Man City, it’s a testament to Jamie Vardy’s talent and goal scoring capability.
  4. Sergio Aguero: The Argentine has scored 30 Goals in all competitions in 32 appearances, almost at a goal a game. The Argentine has had an injury-hit Season and missed out on a lot of game time, but every time he played it was almost certain that Aguero would go on to score. This season was even more special for ‘Kun Aguero’ as he surpassed Erik Brooke as Manchester City’s all-time top scorer.