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Sergio Aguero loving life at City

Aguero Signing

Aguero Signing

Sergio Aguero has given his big move to Manchester the thumbs up after celebrating City's sensational six-goal performance in the Old Trafford derby.

The Argentina striker marked his three-month anniversary at the club with a signing session for hundreds of fans in a personal appearance at the Etihad Stadium CityStore.

The verdict? Muy bien! He said: "I'm really happy for all our supporters, they are great fans and I can tell they are happy. I'm pleased they would come here and queue just to get my signature."

Sergio has scored ten goals already this season, including two in a super debut against Swansea, but his strike on Sunday will have a special place in his golden memories.

He said: "I'm really pleased to have scored a goal at Old Trafford. United are a very good team, but now I'm only looking at how good we are.

"I'm very happy for us to have won - it's very difficult for City or any team to win at Old Trafford.

Six is almost impossible, so I am very happy with that score!


Aguero was rested for the midweek Carling Cup victory as manager Roberto Mancini allowed his derby heroes recovery time before tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Wolves.

He said: "I'm very happy here, because the team has good players and is the best team I've ever played in. I hope that we can go on to win a lot of titles, a lot of trophies.

"I want to score plenty more goals for the fans. All the matches in the Premier League are very difficult, but we will be doing our best to win as many as possible."

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