Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola is hoping Sergio Aguero is not about to face a long spell on the sidelines after the Argentine striker asked to be taken off in Manchester City’s 2-0 win at Fulham.
He netted his 19th league goal in their win at the Craven Cottage.
The English Premier League’s top scorer was substituted before the 60th minute, leaving Pep concerned about the state of his legs.
His words, “He says he felt something, but hopefully he’s not injured,”
“He decided on not continuing. Hopefully it will not be a big issue.
“We’ll see tomorrow, maybe the day after tomorrow.”
City made it 11 victories in 12 in all competitions with their comfortable victory in south west London, where hosts Fulham failed to register a single shot on target.
Pep said, “Seven games left for the Premier League, and it’s easy: we have to win every game to be champions.
“We have a tough, tough opponent. But that’s the challenge.
“It was a tricky game for us after the international break.
“But the way we started was amazing, the players surprised me again.
“And we showed how focused we are to try to do our best.
“After that the game was a bit more controlled. The game was under control, that is the truth.”
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