Sergio Aguero’s career so far has been nothing short of spectacular. A record breaker, deadly finisher and club legend – Aguero had the highest goals per minute ratio in the history of the competition since its formation in 1992, averaging a goal every 106 minutes, ahead of Thierry Henry.
He also holds the joint-record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League match – five – and the fastest to do so, in 23 minutes and 34 seconds of match time.
He is also the highest non-European scorer in the history of the Premier League, with over 100 goals in the division. In November 2017, Agüero became Manchester City’s all-time highest goal-scorer, scoring his 178th City goal against Napoli. Agüero is currently the 10th highest goalscorer in Premier League history.
On October 18 in 2014, Sergio Aguero came away from the Etihad with a four-goal haul after a penalty-filled game between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur. City ended up winning 4-1. Here are the highlights.
On 21 September, Manchester City confirmed via their official website that Agüero had signed a new contract with the club, keeping him at the Etihad Stadium until 2021.