Man City vs Tottenham
Man City’s all time leading goalscorer Sergio Aguero lead the line on Saturday against Tottenham.
Aguero was preferred to Gabriel Jesus in the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium.
The Sky Blues won the match 4-1 as they continued their unstoppable march towards the championship.
Raheem Sterling scored twice, after Ilkay Gundogun opened and Kevin De Bruyne made it 2-0.
Sergio Aguero injury revealed
Aguero was subbed out the match just before the hour mark as Jesus was introduced into the action.
The Brazilian forward went on to miss a penalty.
After the game finished, Spanish journalist Jose Alvarez Haya took to social media to reveal that Sergio Aguero isn’t 100% fit.
According to Haya, Aguero has been dogged by an injury for the past three months.
Ever since the Everton game – the only game in which City have dropped points in the league this season – Aguero has had swelling to his heel. Nevertheless, despite his edema, Aguero is not complaining about his issue and he always wants to play.
Kun Agüero is playing 3 months (since the match against Everton) with an edema in his heel really painful. He NEVER complained about that and always gave 100% playing for Manchester City. He always wants to play and the pain is still in his heel.
— Jose Alvarez Haya (@10JoseAlvarez) December 16, 2017
Fears for David Silva
Man City fans are also concerned about David Silva on Saturday night.
The Spanish star was expected to be in the City XI against Tottenham, but he wasn’t in the matchday squad.
While it doesn’t seem that Silva is injured, the sense is that something is not right.
After the Tottenham game, Man City’s players dedicated the three points to Silva. That’s suggests something bad may have happened.
— Leroy Sané (@LeroySane19) December 16, 2017