Aguero bags treble as rampant City hit Huddersfield for six

Aguero bags treble as rampant City hit Huddersfield for six

Aguero bags treble as rampant City hit Huddersfield for six

At the final whistle, Aguero said: "Hat-trick number 13? Wow".

'All the players made a good performance.

United manager Jose Mourinho admitted his side were punished for "big mistakes", with centre halves Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof particularly guilty as Brighton scored three first-half goals - more than United conceded in any Premier League match last season.

The last time City beat Huddersfield at home in the league, in 1987, they scored 10 and after 35 minutes on Sunday the reigning champions were 3-0 up.

David Silva was at the heart of, most of City's creative probings and Gabriel Jesus twice had chance to open the scoring in the opening minutes only to be denied by keeper Ben Hamer.

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Man City dominated the game from the start and went close on several occasions as Huddersfield nearly sliced into their own net and David Silva was pulling the strings as per usual. You can probably already pencil them in for 2020 and 2021 such is the quality of this squad of multi-millionaires, who work, rest and play like they are chasing their next meal.

"When this happens, Sergio is one of the best, best, best, best strikers in the world, without a doubt".

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Eric Bailly was particularly exposed and, having conceded a needless corner that led to Duffy's first EPL goal he blundered in to foul Pascal Gross, who put away the penalty via David de Gea's leg on the stroke of halftime.

"Sometimes you make mistakes and are not punished but we were punished by every mistake we made".

That allowed Guardiola to take off Aguero, replacing him with Leroy Sane who helped wrap up the scoring after 84 minutes with a run and shot which took a fortunate rebound off Terence Kongolo on its way into the net.

"We chose to play with two strikers to put pressure higher up the pitch".

I never saw him like this since I was here.

The sight - three months later - of a healthy looking baby boy in a City kit was too much for some people on social media. Burnley equalized three minutes later when James Tarkowski headed in from close range.

Over in Portugal, Facundo FERREYRA scored his first for his new club in their 2-0 win against Boavista.

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