Agüero scored two goals for the victory of City over United 4-1
England, September 22, 2013
In the derby, Manchester City defeated 4-1 the United, with two goals scored by Sergio Aguero, on the fifth day of the Premiership. Citizens remain two points behind leaders Arsenal and Tottenham.
The opening of the score arrived at 16 minutes of the first half, with a tremendous left-footed shot done by Agüero. The second goal was scored by Yaya Toure.
Already in the second half, the third was scored by Samir Nasri and when it seemed it was going to end 3-0 came the fourth, with the appearance of Aguero for the second time in his personal account. Striker Wayne Rooney, three minutes left, scored for United (7).
With his two goals today, the ‘Kun’ accumulated three in the football season and is located on the second step of the scoring charts with one less than the Belgian Christian Benteke (Aston Villa), Frenchman Olivier Giroud (Arsenal ) and English Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool).
Positions: Arsenal and Tottenham 12 points, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool 10; Everton 9; Southampton 8; Manchester United, Swansea, Stoke, Hull and Newcastle 7; Aston Villa 6; West Bromwich, West Ham and Cardiff 5, Norwich and Fulham 4; Crystal Palace 3 Sunderland 1.