English Premiership

Aguero to miss crucial games

2014-12-10 11:19
Sergio Aguero (AFP)
Cape Town - Manchester City are expected to be without striker Sergio Aguero until January due to suspected knee ligament damage suffered last weekend, reports Football411.

The Argentine suffered the blow in his side’s 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday, which means he is likely to miss the hectic run of fixtures leading up to the New Year, as well as Wednesday's crucial Champions League game against Roma.

Aguero is the Premier League’s top scorer on fourteen goals, and his recent hat-trick against Group E winners Bayern Munich in the last round of the European Cup means that his side are still in with a chance of making the last-16.

City take on Roma in the Italian capital on Wednesday night needing a win to guarantee their progression, although a score draw combined with CSKA losing to Bayern would also see them through.


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