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Pep Guardiola Can't Believe Sergio Aguero's Open Goal Miss

11 February 2019

Liverpool strolled to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Bournemouth which saw them return to the top of the Premier League and open up a three-point lead over Manchester City.

Aguero is now the joint top scorer in the Premier League with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and quickly brushed off the miss.

Guardiola pointed to Aguero's 40th-minute opener in last month's 2-1 win over fellow title challengers Liverpool as the flawless example to illustrate his point.

But the Argentine atoned in brilliant fashion, unleashing a right-footed strike from 30 yards out which flew past keeper Kepa and into the top corner of the net.

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Aguero's second was gifted to him.

Chelsea hardly had time to take stock before the visitors conceded again, with Gundogan slotting home in the 25th with a neat shot from the edge after a poor clearance from Antonio Rudiger.

The hat-trick was also significant as it meant that Aguero has now equalled Alan Shearer's Premier League record of 11 hat-tricks and became the first player to score Premier League hat-tricks in consecutive games since Didier Drogba in 2010.

It could yet be a significant day in City's season too, as they will be hoping they are celebrating a Liverpool slip and their first silverware when they meet Chelsea in the League Cup final later that afternoon.

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Aguero was inches away from completing his 15th City hat-trick when he headed against the woodwork from a De Bruyne cross.

It was third-placed Tottenham's fourth successive league win without injured top-scorer Harry Kane.

The Senegal global headed home at the near post following a James Milner cross after Bournemouth had failed to clear a corner.

A key turning point came on the hour when Jamie Vardy missed a penalty for Leicester with his first touch of the game.

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Chelsea' Twitter admin certainly won't be looking forward to it, that's for sure.

Pep Guardiola Can't Believe Sergio Aguero's Open Goal Miss