56-minute hat-trick v Wigan Athletic (September 2011)
Sergio’s first treble came in his first season when he single-handedly destroyed Wigan at the Etihad.
Kun scored after 13 minutes, adding further goals in the second-half on 63 and 69 minutes as the legendary Argentine began his quest for Club immortality.
The Blues won the game 3-0.
31-minute hat-trick v Watford (January 2014)
Kun had to wait more than two years for his next match-ball, inspiring City to recover from 2-0 down against Watford to eventually win 4-2.
Sergio scored all his goals after the break in the 59th, 78th and 90th minutes.
Four goals in 63 minutes v Spurs (October 2014)
Sergio blasted his first four-goal haul for the Blues in a 4-1 win over Tottenham.
In a virtuoso display, Kun netted two penalties and even had the luxury of missing one as City gave the North Londoners a sound beating at the Etihad.
61-minute treble against Pep’s Bayern Munich (November 2014)
You wait two years and then two hat-tricks come along in a little more than a month!
This was one of Kun’s most impressive displays yet for the Blues as he put City ahead from the spot, only for Bayern to score twice just before the break.
Trailing 2-1 with five minutes to go, two superb individual efforts from Aguero secured a famous 3-2 win in the Champions League.
Another 61-minute hat-trick – this time against QPR (May 2015)
City versus QPR in May and Aguero on the scoresheet?
There was no title this time and QPR were indeed relegated, but Aguero again was the man to send the Hoops home with their tails between the legs.
He scored after just four minutes, before adding further goals on 50 and 65 (the latter from the spot) as the Blues romped home 6-0.
Best yet – five in 20 minutes versus Newcastle (October 2015)
A performance that world class stamped all over it, Sergio was at his irresistible best against the Magpies as he bagged five goals in a 6-1 win.
It took the Argentine bagged five in just 20 minutes – and with 42 minutes gone, the visitors led 1-0!
Sergio’s quintet came on 42, 49, 50, 60 and 62 so he bagged a hat-trick in just eight minutes – the fastest in Club history. Not a bad day’s work!
One for the road – a triple at Stamford Bridge v Chelsea (April 2016)
Sergio’s first hat-trick away from the Etihad as the Blues thrashed the defending Premier League champions on their own turf.
Aguero was at his clinical best, scoring after 33, 54 and 80 minutes, completing the treble from the spot – 47 minutes in total.
48 minutes to down Steaua (August 2016)
City had to qualify for the Champions League group stages with a play-off game against Steaua Bucharest and it was Kun Aguero who ensured the second leg at the Etihad was a formality.
His goals came after 41, 78 and 90 minutes – a 49-minute hat-trick as the Blues coated home 5-0.
German lesson for Monchengladbach (September 2016)
A second Champions League hat-trick in a month as Sergio’s treble saw off Borussia Monchengladbach at the Etihad with goals in the 8th, 28th and 77th minutes – No.2 being from the spot in a treble that took 69 minutes to complete.
The Perfect 10 versus Watford (September 2017)
Sergio’s first ‘perfect’ hat-trick which included a left-foot tap-in, a superb header and a brilliant individual right-foot effort as City ran riot at Vicarage Road.
His first for a year, Sergio netted on 27, 31 and 81 minutes as he closed in on Eric Brook’s long-standing record.
More perfection against his favourite opposition (January 2018)
And so we come bang up to date and Sergio’s latest treble.
Newcastle must be sick of the sight of the Argentine who finished the game with 14 goals from his 12 matches against them.
It was another classic triple hit, too, with a brush of his fringe, a right-foot penalty and a poke home with his left in the 34th, 63rd and 83rd minutes. It took him
That’s 11 and counting – and took him 49 minutes to complete as City won 3-1.