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City Striker Sergio Aguero Gives Manchester City A Comfortable Win Over Arsenal

City Star (Sergio Aguero) did it again for Manchester City. A natural born striker, a predator and a finisher who's aim is to score more goals, the match-ball after scoring another instinctive hat-trick as City re-asserted themselves before liverpool in the Premier League title race in second position.




According to Pep, he was born with that talent, he will die with that talent, Pep Guardiola says for all the beauty and aesthetic precision of the football, the City manager demands he needs a cold-blooded, ruthless forward like Aguero to complete it of which Arsenal couldn't stop.
Each of his three goals came from deep inside the opposition six-yard area that shows only the quality of chances City create but his innate sense for hunting them down.
Aguero admitted that it was an inadvertent connection as he slid in to bundle the ball over the line before goalkeeper Bernd Leno clawed it out, he said.
The goals followed a cool pattern which pass out wide, pull back and finish and Arsenal were cut open in the game. Aguero provided a rapier finish and has also claimed 10 hat-tricks in the Premier League this season with only Alan Shearer, with 11, scoring more in the 27-year history of the competition. The 30-year-old Argentine will surely surpass that record hopefully.

This result means that City overtake Tottenham Hotspur and return to second-place in table and reduce Liverpool’s lead to two points ahead of their visit to West Ham United on Monday evening for their game in hand. Furthermore it was City re-discovering themselves after the odd, out-of-sorts defeat away to Newcastle United in during the week.
According to the Head coach, he stated that his team did not recognise themselves, what we are, in our previous game against Newcastle and today we came back. Guardiola also said that he will have been delighted that there was no sign of complacency just a thirst for more goals which was led by Aguero before he departed 10 minutes before the end, after suffering a bang on the head and to a standing ovation as the Man of the Match.

Unsurprisingly, all of the three  City’s goals came down Arsenal’s right-hand side where in absence of Hector Bellerin and Ainsley Maitand-Niles, Stephan Lichtsteiner was stationed and was predictably targeted and overwhelmed during the match.

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