Sergio Aguero became all-time highest ever Non-European goalscorer in Premier League History. And the only fourth player netting goals in six consecutive home Premier League matches against the same opponent.
For a long time, Manchester City were unable to beat Liverpool but Pep Guardiola’s side at City of Manchester Stadium did it today. It gives them confidence before their Champions League game against Feyenoord on Wednesday evening.
Not only Manchester City boys will celebrate 5-0 victory against Liverpool, but also Manchester City Main Sergio Aguero will celebrate his 124th Non-European Goals which makes him all-time highest ever Non-European goalscorer in Premier League History- overtaking Dwight Yorke‘s record..
Here’s not the end of story, The Sergio Aguero’s opening goal in the match makes him the only fourth player netting goals in six consecutive home Premier League matches against the same opponent. The Argentine made it 1-0 in the 24th minute.
The 29-year-old Sergio Aguero go level with Alan Shearer (six for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United v Everton), Thierry Henry (for Arsenal v Aston Villa) and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (for Leeds United, Chelsea and Middlesbrough v West Ham United).
Aguero looks dangerous partnering with Gabriel Jesus and after Liverpool encounter it will be exciting to see how far will this duo go. Good day in office for Pep Guardiola & Co. as they now shift their focus on the Champions League.