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Aguero breaks yet another record in the Premier League

Aguero Record, Six Sports

Sergio Aguero finished off in style for his stint at Manchester City breaking a record for the most goals scored for a single club. He has scored 184 goals for the club surpassing Wayne Rooney, who scored 183 goals for rivals, Manchester United.

He scored a brace for the Cityzens in their 5-0 rout against lackluster Everton on Saturday. The Toffees finished at a disappointing 10th position whereas Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City won the league.

Aguero is rumored to be on the move to La Liga heavyweights Barcelona. However, he has yet another trophy to win before the transfer, the UEFA Champions League!

Aguero Record, Six Sports

Champions League within touching distance for record-breaking Aguero

Sergio Aguero joined the Manchester club from Atletico Madrid in 2011. Ever since he has been a legend scoring whenever the club needed to win trophies. He has scored 260 goals in 389 appearances for the English club. Aguero has won five leagues, one FA Cup, six league cups, and three FA Community Shields with Manchester City.

However, his time at the five-time League champions has finally come to an end. But, he did it in style after a quick-fire double against the Merseyside club. With the double, he broke the record for most Premier League for a single club.

The 32-year-old Argentine is also the fourth among the all-time goalscorers in the Premier League. However, now rumors are getting stronger as his current head coach Pep Guardiola has hinted about the possibility of a move to Barcelona. In his talk with Match of the day officials, he said,

“Maybe I reveal a secret. Maybe he [Aguero] is close to agreeing a deal for the club of my heart – for Barcelona.”

Although there is a slight chance of him signing for Chelsea or PSG, playing alongside his best friend Lionel Messi at Camp Nou looks more certain.

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