Argentinian returns to training after injury lay-off and international break.
Sergio Aguero is back in training after his knee injury and ready to go out all guns blazing for Manchester City after a fairly slow start to the new campaign from the Champions.
The Argentinian ace was stretchered-off in Man City’s opening game of the season – a 3-2 victory over newly-promoted Southampton – with what looked a serious knee injury, but he has returned to training quicker than expected much to the delight of boss Roberto Mancini, reports the BBC.
While City have managed two wins and a draw from their first three games of the season, meaning they currently sit fourth in the standings, they have not looked like the side they were last season thus far, stuttering in their games with a slow tempo and lack of cohesion.
Aguero was a key player for Mancini’s side in their maiden Premier League title campaign last year, scoring a number of crucial goals – most notably the 94th-minute winner in the final day of the season against QPR, which gave his side the title.
His performances saw him voted the fans Player of the Year and he will once again be a crucial player this season in their bid to retain the title.
City fans will be delighted that he was able to recover quicker than expected and they will be hoping that with their talismanic striker back in the fold alongside fellow countryman Carlos Tevez they will be back to their brilliant best before too long.
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