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2015-2016 Manchester City Player Preview: Sergio Aguero

Today we will be previewing Sergio Aguero before the start of the 2015-2016 Premier League Season.

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Sergio Aguero helped fire Argentina within a hair of winning the Copa America title this summer in Chile.

While looking ahead to his coming season with Manchester City first, let's take a look at Sergio Aguero's statistics, at both the club (all competitions) and International levels since joining Manchester City in 2011 on a £38 Million transfer from Spanish club Atletico Madrid.

Season 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Apps 48 40 34 40
Goals 30 17 28 32

and at the international level

Season 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Apps 8 7 8 10 4
Goals 5 2 5 1 6

He has also collected a few awards since coming over to Manchester City:

1. 2011-2012 Premier League Title: Which he single-handily won by himself with a goal at the 93:22 mark in extra time to effectively steal the title back right out from under the OTHER Manchester team.

2. 2013-2014 Premier League Title: a 2-0 decision against West Ham that gave Manchester City their 2nd title in 3 seasons.

3. 2014-2015 Premier League Golden Boot: Led the Premier League in scoring with 26 goals, in league play, to clinch the scoring title with 2nd place going to Spurs forward Harry Kane coming in with 21 goals.

The first 5 matches City plays in next season will be as follows:

Date Home Side Away Side
8/10/15 West Brom Manchester City
8/16/15 Manchester City Chelsea
8/23/15 Everton Manchester City
8/29/15 Manchester City Watford
9/12/15 Crystal Palace Manchester City

He looks to lead the scoring race and also lead Manchester City to their 3rd title in 5 seasons, and with the possible additions of Paul Pogba, Kevin De Bryune, and Raheem Sterling he could, and should, score many goals on the way to pursuing another Golden Boot and Premier League Title.

Let us know how many goals you think Aguero will score in the poll below and anything else you may think in the comments below.