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Aguero: Liverpool, Not Arsenal Can Challenge Man City For EPL Title

Aguero: Liverpool, Not Arsenal Can Challenge Man City For EPL Title

Former Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero has revealed that Liverpool still have the capability of wrestling the Premier League title from Manchester City.

Aguero also said it was foolish to rule Liverpool out of the title race, insisting the Reds can still challenge for the trophy this season.

Arsenal have won 11 of their 13 Premier League matches this season as they look set to go toe to toe with Man City this season.


The Gunners are two points clear of Pep Guardiola’s side but there is a feeling that they will still fall away.

“Arsenal have had a great performance in this stretch,” he told Stake.


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“Arsenal have a deep squad. More than anything…they are hungry for triumphs.

“So I don’t think Arsenal have a short squad.

“Nothing should be taken for granted [in the Premier League]…even more so with a team like Liverpool,” he added.


Personal life


Agüero was married to Giannina Maradona, the youngest daughter of Diego Maradona. On 19 February 2009, Giannina gave birth to their son, Benjamín, in Madrid. Diego Maradona was there for the birth of his first grandson, while Agüero, then 20, missed Atlético’s training session earlier in the day. Atlético offered their congratulations in a statement on their official website. Agüero and Giannina got divorced in 2012 after four years of marriage.


Style of play


Often considered to be one of the best strikers in the world. Agüero is regarded as an all-out centre forward, although he is a versatile player, who can also play as a second striker off another striker, which he often did at Atlético Madrid with Diego Forlán, due to his passing ability, link-up play, tactical intelligence, and vision, which made him a capable assist-man.




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