Aquero double helps Man City open up a 13 point gap at the top

Two goals from Club Legend Sergio Aguero, one either side of helped run away Premier league leaders to a 4-0 win over Bournemouth at the Etihad stadium on Saturday.
The Argentinian striker is believed to be unhappy at the club having had a rough month at the club after being left on the bench for the recent Derby game, whilst showing his frustration at being substituted in their recent game against Tottenham by throwing his gloves on the floor!

However, he showed exactly why he is the clubs all time leading goal scorer with an excellent performance, nodding in the opening goal just before the half an hour mark to give his side a 1-0 advantage at the break.

He turned provider shortly after the restart, his clever flick creating the opportunity for Raheem Sterling to double the score before he ensured the home team of their 17th successive Premier League victory with his second of the game and City’s 100th of 2017.
City weren’t finished just yet and with five minutes reminding Sterling was on hand to set up Danilo for their 4th and final goal of the game.

The win takes them 13 points clear of second place Manchester United who could only manage a draw with Leicester City, making it the new record for points difference between first and Second in the English top flight at Christmas.

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