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How many goals has Sergio Agüero scored for Manchester City?

Rundown of all the trophies and records held by the most prolific Premier League goalscorer at Manchester City over the last ten years.

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Manchester City's Argentinian striker Sergio Aguero (R) celebrates scoring their fifth goal during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Everton at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on May 23, 2021.
PETER POWELLAFP

Looking at the performance of goalscorers over the last ten years in the Premier League, one name stands out convincingly - Sergio Kun Agüero.

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The diminutive Argentine arrived at Manchester City in the summer of 2011 from Atlético Madrid. The €40 million that City spent was one of the best investments in Premier League history. City have gone on to collect numerous trophies during that period, including five Premier League titles, with Agüero scoring 184 goals in 275 games.

City legend

The Argentine scored 260 goals in all competitions for Manchester City and is the fourth scorer in the Premier League history. Agüero overtook Eric Brook, the club record holder for 78 years, with 158 goals on the club's all-time goalscorer list during this season.

With two goals against Everton on the last league day of the Premier League, he surpassed Wayne Rooney (183), on another record list, for most league goals scored for a single club.

QPR goal the highlight for Agüero

When asked about his favourite career goal at City, Agüero highlights the one from the Queen's Park Rangers match, which brought the English title to Manchester City in 2012.

"That goal for me is the most important of my life. All the time, I watch that game and my family too, and my son. I think that goal will be all the time in [my] head.

"When I touched [the ball] before the goal, I thought 'ok, maybe it's a penalty, the centre-back touched but not strongly, just a little bit. And then I thought, 'I just have to shoot,' and when I shoot, the decision is to always shoot at strong as possible to the first post, and I had to be lucky. Then for two or three days, I didn't believe it," he told Sky Sports.

Saturday night's Champions League final in Porto versus Chelsea will be the last time the Manchester City fans will see their football hero in the club shirt he proudly wore over the past decade.

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