Published: Tue, January 14, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Sergio Aguero Smashes All-Time Premier League Records

Sergio Aguero Smashes All-Time Premier League Records

Aguero also extended his record as the Citizens' all-time leading goalscorer, with the 31-year-old having now scored 249 goals across all competitions for the club.

Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick, Riyad Mahrez scored two goals while Gabriel Jesus scored 1 goal.

"They are the favourites but I am happy to see someone upsetting the big teams, even though I used to play for the big teams, I want to see someone really test City and make things hard for them, but I think they will have too much for Villa on this occasion".

The Argentina worldwide broke the hat-trick record in the Premier League with his 12th treble since arriving from Atletico Madrid in July 2011 - moving one ahead of Shearer.

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The effort paid off with Jake DeBrusk lighting the lamp for the third time in two games to even things up at 8:33 of the second. McAvoy (0-16-16 in 43 games) played almost half the game (28 minutes, 53 seconds), landed five hits and blocked four shots.


He still finds himself behind the Newcastle hero in the all-time scoring charts, but believes City have been instrumental in helping him achieve his continuous success on the pitch.

"But when I say many times that David is going to leave this season and we are not going to buy any player in his position it is because we have Phil".

The striker now finds himself 10 goals behind former Manchester United forward Andrew Cole, but is still some way off Wayne Rooney in second, and Shearer in first. Of course, English top-flight football has been in existence for much longer than just since 1992 and he still has some way to go to catch the overall record holder Dixie Dean. "It's too far to Shearer maybe, he has too many goals, but I'll try".

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