Manuel Pellegrini outlines the importance of Sergio Aguero

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It’s hard to deny that Sergio Aguero is one of the best players from the entire Premier League as the Argentine attacker is consistently scoring goals for whichever club that he joins, even before he had completed his move to Manchester City, when he was performing for the Spanish outfit Athletic Madrid, Aguero at that point in time was arguably one of the best forwards in the world.

Aguero is one of the top goal-scorers in the Premier League after having scored 10 goals in 15 league appearances and this is an incredible feat taking into consideration that the Argentine forward has been out of action for a significantly long period of time. The 27 year old forward had to be sidelined for over 2 months due to different injuries but he has still managed to find a place in the list of top goal-scorers of the top tier English League.

Manuel Pellegrini is hoping that Sergio Aguero will not suffer another injury in this season as his absence is huge and Pellegrini simply can’t afford to lose a player of his caliber and he doesn’t really have anyone else who can really replace him.

“It’s impossible to replace Sergio. He’s a top player and it’s very difficult to replace him. I think for every team to replace their top players is very difficult. We can play without Sergio, but of course we’ll be a stronger team with him playing at his best performance level. He’s not a player you can replace so easily. But I hope he will finish the season without any more injuries’’ Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini said.

Manchester City’s latest Premier League victory saw the team of Manuel Pellegrini claiming an overwhelming 4-0 triumph over Crystal Palace and Sergio Aguero was the best player on the pitch as he scored twice and providing an assist for his teammate David Silva.

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