Manchester City are lucky to have a star like Kevin De Bruyne at their disposal, team-mate Sergio Aguero said after the attacking midfielder helped orchestrate a 5-1 win over Leicester City on Saturday.
Jamie Vardy equalised for Leicester midway through the first half against the run of play, before Pep Guardiola's side stepped up the pace after the break. He fights, he plays really good and he scored.
Aguero now trails Harry Kane by just two goals in the race for the golden boot, but just one from Kane was enough to win the North London derby as the Tottenham striker's seventh goal in as many games against Arsenal secured a 1-0 win. And, to be fair, at the time, it was the first time a Premier League player had done it this season. "Now it's important to look forward, and put this behind us, with the next games coming up". However, Aguero took centre stage with a finishing masterclass to take his tally in City's last seven home games to 14 goals as Guardiola's side moved 16 points clear.
Aguero now has 28 goals in all competitions this season -- eight more than Sterling.
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"But I think we are very close to achieving important things". Guardiola said he had not done so because the Under-23 team had a game on the Friday evening against Swansea.
The Algerian winger joined up with his team-mates on Friday but whether his arrival has come too late to be considered for selection against ironically the same City outfit he nearly joined in January remains to be seen.
"I don't know (which was my favourite goal) - maybe the last one because it's a long time since I scored from outside the box. It is important to keep a good feeling together through these difficulties".
The Catalan coach's decision brought some stinging criticism, particularly from Sky pundit and former Manchester United captain Gary Neville, who believed Guardiola should have offered the chance of a matchday experience on the bench to one of City's many talented academy prospects.
"We have to wait for Vincent [Kompany] to lift the titles otherwise we will only have good memories for ourselves".