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Sergio Aguero’s first Premier League goal after 14 months propels Manchester City’s to the top


Sergio Aguero’s first Premier League goal after 14 months propels Manchester City to the top

Aguero has put a lot of effort into it. His scoring prowess reappeared last night. In the second half, the striker’s winning penalty kick was seen at Craven Cottage. It opened the door for City to take the lead as the strongest contender for the Premier League title.

They have consistently been at the top thanks to their unmatched winning streak since last winter.

The game’s goals were scored over a period of several minutes immediately after the second half began.

The first career goal for Sergio Aguero


The Argentine is currently the fourth-highest scorer in Premier League history.

The city is in the lead in the championship race.

There is no denying the city’s outstanding achievement this season. They compete against one another.

With eight more matches, they just need 14 points to win. And they own the victory, race, and title.

They seem unstoppable after winning the final of their eight-way league games with a score of 22 goals and three loose outs.

A three-person defense team for City was in action on Saturday. Aguero and Jesus were placed side by side up front.

Sergio Aguero’s first Premier League goal after 14 months propels Manchester City to the top
Sergio Aguero’s first Premier League goal after 14 months propels Manchester City to the top. Source: Gulf News.

At first, Guardiola’s plan didn’t pan out as he had intended. Nevertheless, it is a crucial step without Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne, and Ilkay Gundogan.

The center-forward play of Fulham manager Scott Parker was similarly countered by this strategy.

However, the talented striker Aquero struggled to access the ball at first. He didn’t seem at his best and out of sorts during the first half.

Ferran Torres’ rapid attempt and Bernardo Silva’s minimal effort were unsuccessful.

Both initiatives lacked unity.

The game only changed course after the intermission. And Guardiola’s strategy worked.

Later in the second half, John Stones was able to get past the Fulham defense and score his fourth goal in 10 games thanks to a free kick from Cancelo.

Jesus’ chance came nine minutes after to lead the score when Ivan Cavaleiro and captain Joachim Andersen got into a mix-up.

To score his 12th goal of the competition, he maneuvered past the two and avoided Alphonse Areola.

In a matter of minutes, the last and concluding goal was achieved.

That is also because City had a fortunate turn of events.

Torres was unintentionally fouled by Tosin Adarabioyo, who then shoved him into the penalty area and earned a penalty.

Aguero rose to the occasion, reenergized, and scored precisely on the spot.

The veteran striker made his mark despite Fulham’s French goalkeeper giving it his all.

In a string of wins, it was City’s 99th goal. and produced a 16th away game for the club.

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Fulham’s Breakup

A competitive atmosphere kicked off the game. Understandably, Fulham was making terrific progress, especially following their superb win at champions Liverpool.

With a combined record of 18-0 in their previous six games, they leaned heavily on their formidable defense, which included Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, Harrison Reed, Kenny Tete, and Ola Aina.

Initially appearing to be a close game in the first half, things quickly altered within minutes of the second.

Parker and his crew have been attempting to get rid of these obstacles.

Despite being supported by a strong defense, key players’ performances fell short of expectations.

Tosin mishandled Cancelo’s free-kick, Andersen made a mistake that allowed Jesus to score, and the penalty was the icing on the cake.

Sadly, despite playing more games than the teams directly above them, Brighton and Newcastle, the cottagers are currently having trouble climbing out of the bottom three.

They hope to win this time against Leeds United at Craven Cottage on Friday in order to maintain their top-flight standing.

For BBC Match of the Day, Parker said:

“Disappointing. I asked the team to be brave and show courage against the team that will win the championship, and I think it’s fair to say that we were, for the most part, today.

There is no denying that the errors we made that led to the goals were careless.

He went on to say,

“We enter every game hoping to gain something.

Of course [against Leeds next] is a game we want to go into and get points from. We shall keep moving.”

“In general, the game was extremely fantastic in a tough, tough venue, they came here, and they won in Anfield last week, and they always create opportunities,” Pep Guardiola told Sky Sports.

“We knew this week’s three games in three different tournaments were crucial, so we started with one” (win).

We now concentrate on the Champions League with only eight games remaining in the Premier League.