Aguero nets hat-trick as Man City thrash Huddersfield

David Silva walked onto the pitch holding his baby son Mateo before embarking upon an afternoon of child's play.

Manchester City have launched the 2018/19 home kit! It's part of the game, but the lies are something that I really don't like. As long as the Abu Dhabi ownership keep Pep humoured, the world is their oyster.

"Liverpool are trying to win the title with their fantastic investment". That is not hyperbole. After not scoring last weekend, AGUERO scored his first of the season with a chip off his left foot from outside of the area to give City a 1-0 lead. For them, conquering Europe is the final frontier, but that is a debate for the weeks and months ahead.

Manchester City midfielder David Silva marked his 250th Premier League appearance with a stunning free-kick against Huddersfield, but a special guest stole the show before the match kicked off. Wonderful, wonderful stuff. And lovely, lovely goals.

In the documentary, City manager Pep Guardiola spoke of how his biggest challenge will be replacing United as England's most dominant side.

I see the same mental strength in both men that you need to be a great Premier League striker. It is all there in a technical masterclass of Blue Moon brilliance.

By then City were 3-1 up although it could have been far more.

Jesus added a second six minutes later following good work from Benjamin Mendy and when the Frenchman delivered a cross that Hamer fumbled, Aguero accepted the gift to score City's third.

Jon Gorenc Stankovic got one back for the Terriers right before the half. "He scored a goal and (came) off to a standing ovation".

Even though Aguero bagged a well-deserved hat-trick, it was David Silva who stole the spotlight with a magnificent performance against the Premier League minnows.

It was his ninth treble in the Premier League - a tally second only to Alan Shearer - and came just a fortnight after a decisive brace in the Community Shield win over Chelsea.

City continued to push for more goals in the remaining stages of the half, and they were rewarded with five minutes remaining when Huddersfield defender Terence Kongolo's deflected Leroy Sane's shot into his own net to make it 6-1. But, I doubt they will be as impressive as City were today.

  • Stacy Allen