Manchester City 4-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League match, at the Etihad Stadium, Saturday (10/18/2014). All the goals City scored by Aguero.
Aguero scored his first goal in the 13th minute. Goals stems from the success of Frank Lampard stole the ball from an opponent. Lampard then let the bait that was converted into a goal by Aguero, with a right-footed shot from the middle of the penalty box.
Less than two minutes later, Spurs equalized through Christian Eriksen. Utilizing feedback Roberto Soldado, Eriksen sends the ball into the top right corner with a right-footed shot from inside the penalty box.
In the 20th minute, City get a penalty, after Erik Lamela violated Lampard. Aguero is believed to execute the penalty, change the numbers on the scoreboard to 2-1. With the right foot, he sent the ball into the bottom right corner of goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
City then getting into trouble. In the 28th minute, Lampard suffered thigh problem so replaced Fernandinho. When stretchered out of the ring, Lampard getting rave reviews from fans.
Three minutes after Lampard left the Arena, the City again awarded a penalty. This time the penalty was given because Youne Kaboul violated David Silva. However, it is believed Aguero failed to score a penalty. The ball into the goal ditendanganya, mentally because of the foot Lloris. Aguero then fired a loose ball with an acrobatic volley. This time, the ball shot over the bar.
Just two minutes later, Aguero again get a chance to score and failed to use it properly. In a duel one on one with Lloris, Aguero fired accurately, were again foundered at the hands of Lloris.
Thereafter until halftime, Aguero fired three shots at least accurate, but Lloris was able to anticipate them.
Meanwhile, after trailing 1-2, Tottenham has difficulty penetrating the defense City. They tried to break the deadlock with a long-range shots, but did not trouble Joe Hart.
In the 40th minute and 41st, for example, Eriksen and Ryan Mason fired accurately from outside the box, all of which foundered at the hands of Hart.
Throughout the first half, according to the Premier League, City seven shots off accurately from ten businesses, while Spurs off four shots bead of six experiments.
After a pause, the City remains in control of the attack. Sagna movement and Navas enough trouble the Spurs defense.
Have not had time to score extra, Manchester Blue was sentenced to a penalty in the 61st minute. Referee Jonathan Moss pointed to the spot after seeing Demichelis violate Soldado in the box.
Soldado, who ran as an executioner had to bite the finger that shot the ball successfully pushed Joe Hart.
City was again awarded a penalty in the 68th minute after Aguero violated Fazio. The above actions, Fazio was sent off.
This time, Aguero advanced as the executioner did not waste this opportunity after the ball shot into the left side of the goal nested Spurs. It was the third goal in this match Aguero.
However, Aguero has not been satisfied. He again listed his name on the scoreboard in the 75th minute, once posted quatrick.
Managed to control the ball from Fernandinho, Aguero dribbled into the penalty box. Argentine striker then outwit Vertonghen, before unleashing a hard shot that makes the ball nestled into the bottom left corner of the Spurs goal.
Despite winning 4-1, the City did not relax his attacks. Milner almost increase his side's advantage with a shot curled in the 87th minute. Unfortunately, the ball shot from England midfielder hit the post.
The opportunity to be the last opportunity for the City in this match. City 4-1 for excellence last until the fight was over.
Throughout the game, according to the Premier League, City releases 12 accurate shots from 16 businesses, while Spurs fired seven shots bead of eleven experiments.
Manchester City: 1-Joe Hart; 3-Bacary Sagna, 4-Vincent Kompany, 22-Gaël Clichy, 26-Martín Demichelis; 6-Fernando (Yaya Toure 76), 7-James Milner, 15-Jesús Navas, 18-Frank Lampard (25-Fernandinho 28), 21-David Silva, Sergio Agüero-16
Coach Manuel Pellegrini
Tottenham Hotspur: 1-Hugo Lloris; 3-Danny Rose, 4-Younes Kaboul, 15-Eric Dier, 21-Federico Fazio; 11-Erik Lamela (Andros Townsend 61), 22-Nacer Chadli, 23-Christian Eriksen, 29-Etienne Capoue, 38-Ryan Mason (Jan Vertonghen 70); 9-Roberto Soldado
Coach: Mauricio Pochettino
Referee: Jonathan Moss