Manchester City Argentine striker, Sergio Aguero, has resumed training with the club. He will be under light training after he was ruled out of action following a car accident he was involved in, leaving him with a broken rib two days before his team faced Champions Chelsea.
The prolific goal poacher was travelling to a music concert when the taxi he was in hit a lamppost in Netherlands’ capital city Amsterdam. The player was then ruled out of the crucial match against Chelsea, which the Citizens prevailed to a 1-0 victory courtesy of a Kevin De Bruyne strike. He was also ruled out of another crucial World Cup qualifying match for Argentina against Peru, which they drew 0-0 to leave the nations World Cup hopes slander.
The full return of the striker is surrounded with uncertainty after City doctors had predicted after examinations that he would return after two to three weeks but on the other hand, Argentina team doctors made assessments and predicted he could be back in full action approximately after six weeks.
The 29 year old striker is evidently missed by both his club and international team as his presence is filled with plenty of goals. Into the new 2017/2018 season, Aguero has bagged 7 goals in 8 appearances for his club and is an integral component for his team’s League and Champions league ambitions and they will be hoping for his return. He will also be itching to return and score his one goal needed for him to break Eric Brook’s all-time record of 177 goals as he is set to enter the club’s history books.
City currently sit top of the log through a 1 goal difference over rivals Manchester United who are joint with 19 points from 7 games each. The Citizens will resume their league duties when they host Mark Hughe’s stubborn Stoke City side on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium before facing Italian outfit Napoli in the Champions League at home.