Stoke – Sergio Aguero glories while helping Manchester City beat Stoke City marred by injury. City manager Manuel Pellegrini sure the injury suffered by his attacker was not serious.
Argentine international striker scored two goals in a 4-1 victory at the headquarters of Stoke City last night. However, Aguero could not complete the game so drawn out in the 73rd minute to be replaced by Edin Dzeko.
It was the first goal Aguero since 3 December 2014. Pellegrini revealed Aguero feel a disturbance in his back.
“Kun felt something in his back. My gut feeling anyway it’s not a serious injury and now we have 10 days to practice and recover well,” said Pellegrini in the Guardian.
The new city will play the next game; to Newcastle United at the Etihad on 21 February. Three days later, The Ciizens will face Barcelona in the Champions League.
“I hope he will be fit for the match against Newcastle,” said Pellegrini. “When he plays more, he will return to the level of actual performance.”
“He has scored one goal, he scored a penalty and I thought it was important to him, to (Samir) Nasri, for Dzeko, (Vincent) Kompany, all players who have returned from a long injury by performing back to the field. And if they started playing their performance will increase. “