Feb 12

Aguero and Injuries

Aguero and Injuries

Aguero and Injuries

Manchester – Injury seems not get away from Sergio Aguero, because again the Manchester City striker had to deal with an unpleasant it is.

Newer injury Aguero struck obtained when City 4-1 Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Thursday (02/12/2015) pm dawn earlier. In the game Aguero played 73 minutes before being replaced by Edin Dzeko.

Though he had just scored two goals in the game, which also ended the fasting goals in five consecutive games after recovering from injury. Not only that, The Citizens also for the first time after a four-game winning streak in the league has always failed to achieve full points.

But the scenery Aguero should have walked out limping and assisted by the medical team is something that spoil the party at home to Stoke City earlier. After the match Aguero called having problems on his back.

Not yet known how long Aguero will miss, but Manuel Pellegrini as manager of the team is optimistic that the Argentine striker was not going to miss the old.

Nevertheless, it’s still an injury like other major blow for City after they had lost Aguero for a long time with a knee injury some time ago.

As reported by Transfermarkt, because of a knee ligament injury that sidelined Aguero in 8 matches. If traced since last season, rather than in September 2013, the former Atletico Madrid player was absent around 19-20 games because of injury successive menderanya.

Call it a calf injury, hamstring, knee, and now the latest back. Since strengthening City, Aguero is prone to injury, because almost 10 times he missed due to injury by passing a total of about 40 games.

Clearly these conditions inevitably have to be considered seriously by the City, given Aguero is the mainstay for gain goals and of course they do not want to lose the 26-year-old again when the season is entering a crucial phase as it is today.

Moreover, no striker City or any other club in the Premier League who can match Aguero goal ratio in which he was able to make one goal per 90 minutes.