Argentine star, Sergio Aguero is excited to be back in top shape as Manchester City intensified their bid to lift the Premier League trophy again after their win against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
After a scrappy first half at Selhurst Park, Aguero thumped City ahead with a clinical finish before Ferran Torres drilled in a low shot.
That ended the resistance of the Palace, which stay in 13th place.
“I’m so happy because it has been a long time since I played 90 minutes and the goal was good because maybe we can win the Premier League,” Aguero told BBC Sport,
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He however said he did not know if he will watch United’s game against Liverpool.
Not for the first time, but perhaps the last, Aguero provided the inspiration for City as they close in on another trophy.
The 32-year-old Argentine will leave when his contract expires at the end of the season after playing such an instrumental role in their success since arriving in 2011.
Manchester City could clinch the Premier League title on Sunday after two goals in the space of 83 seconds saw off a stubborn Crystal Palace.
The city will secure a third title in four seasons if second-placed Manchester United lose at home to Liverpool.
Roy Hodgson’s side had chances in the first half through Christian Benteke, who flicked a header wide and had a close-range shot blocked by City keeper Ederson.