Manchester City hero Sergio Aguero has suffered knee ligament damage and will miss Wednesday’s all important Champion’s League clash against Roma.
The Argentine was substituted just two minutes into the 1-0 Premier League home victory over Everton on Saturday following a collision with Gareth Barry and was immediately taken down the tunnel for treatment.
Manchester City’s manager Manuel Pellegrini confirmed the extent of the injury after the game and admitted there is some concern over the club’s top-scorer this season.
“Sergio has a problem in his knee ligament. We will see how serious it is after he has had a scan,” Pellegrini said
“It is not good news and I don’t think he will be able to play next week. He will not be with us for Roma – which is an important game.
“He was more calm when I saw him after seeing the doctor but generally we are not sure how he is.”
Aguero whi6was making his 20th City appearance in all competitions in a season has scored 19 goals.