It was not a happy day for Sergio Aguero as his side were battered 4-1 by Liverpool but the Argentine forward would be happy to know that with his 44th minute strike against Liverpool he became the highest scoring South American in the history of the premiership.
Sergio Aguero scored a brilliant curled shot in the 44th minute and that was Manchester City’s best moment of the game. That strike took the Manchester City to 85 premier league goals, putting him one ahead of Former Manchester City teammate, Carlos Tevez banged in 84 goals during his time at West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City. Aguero leads a line that includes Gustavo Poyet of Chelsea and Luis Suarez of Liverpool who sits in third with 69 goals.
Aguero scored all his 85 league goals for Manchester City and is currently the holder of the golden boot which he won last season with a haul of 26 goals in 31 matches. The former Atletico Madrid man has banged in 7 goals in 9 premier league games this season.