City run riot while Liverpool drop points again

Kevin de Bruyne pays tribute to

Aguero smashed a hat-trick past Watford stopper Heurelho Gomes during City's 6-0 goal fest on Saturday - taking his season tally to five goals from as many games.

City leads the Premier League in scoring with 16 goals through five matches. Then they had two wins over Bournemouth (1-2) and Liverpool (5-0) after a draw (1-1) to Everton.

Aguero's hat-trick - his sixth in the Premier League and 10th for City - has moved the Argentine only two away from Manchester City's all-time scoring record of 177, set by Eric Brook between 1928 and 1940. Though, they are standing at the second position now in the points table by winning two matches with eight-plus goals difference. And when you play these type of teams you can concede goals like we conceded. "And that's so important".

The Manchester City legend is loving watching the present day Blues, while the ex-Arsenal man has penned his appreciation for the burgeoning partnership between Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.

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Pep Guardiola has challenged Yaya Toure to win back his place in the Manchester City team after the veteran midfielder's recent absence from the squad.

Meanwhile, Guardiola can reflect on a week in which his side scored 15 goals without reply ahead of four games in three different competitions over the next two weeks. Their record is better still in the past three matches in all competitions, scoring 15 goals and allowing zero.

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City were a joy to watch today in the flawless advertisement for Pep Guardiola's infamous brand of one-touch possession football.

Pep Guardiola has insisted Manchester City can not yet declare themselves ready to match the level of English Premier League soccer title-holders Chelsea.

Roy Hodgson's first match in charge of Crystal Palace looked like the team's previous four matches.

Guardiola said greater familiarity with his methods, plus lavish player recruitment in the summer, make him confident City will not dip as they did last season.

He is unlikely to be the last manager making such an observation this season. At various points throughout the game, you would see both him and David Silva tracking back to win the ball.

With the score still 0-0, Sterling was also the recipient of a delicious through ball from De Bruyne and a goal seemed certain before Kabasele made an excellent last-ditch intervention.

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