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Monday, 13 January 2020

I didn't think Aguero was good - Micah Richards

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Former Manchester City man Micah Richards has revealed his first impression of Sergio Kun Aguero when he first met the player.

Aguero became the highest overseas Premier League goalscorer on Sunday when he broke Thierry Henry's record of 175 goals and score scored a Hattrick to take his tally to 177.

Breaking Henry's record also sees Aguero breaking Alan Shearer's record of most Hattrick in the Premier League.

While on duty as a Pundit on BBC Radio 5 Live, Micah Richards reveals he never thought Aguero was good when he first met him.

'When I first trained with Aguero I didn't think he was that good,' He said


'He didn't train that well, he didn't work that hard and then when he played he scored.'

'He was one of those players that didn't need to turn up in training because he was just so naturally gifted and come game time he was ready.'

'To see him do so well has been an incredible achievement for him obviously but great for me to play with the calibre of player.'

'When I first started at Man City I didn't think I would be playing with the special sort of players.'

'He deserves everything he gets not just because what he does on the pitch but off the pitch the most humble person you'll ever meet.'


'For me, he's one of the best ever players to grace the Premier League.'

One person who might not be liking Aguero blazing form is Gabriel Jesus, a player who thinks it is time for him to shine at Manchester City.

Gabriel Jesus said last year that he believes he will be leading City's attack soon as he thinks Aguero is getting old.

But with this form, Jesus might need to change his mind as it doesn't look like Aguero will stop soon.



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