English Premier League: MD2 Sunday Roundup - Manchester’s mixed day

English Premier League: MD2 Sunday Roundup - Manchester’s mixed day

The Terriers were without Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy for the contest, who was with his wife ahead of the birth of their second child, and Pep Guardiola's men duly made them pay.

Sergio Aguero scored a superb hat-trick as Manchester City continued their strong start to their Premier League title defence by thrashing Huddersfield at Etihad Stadium. Aguero also surpassed Robin Van Persie in the Premier League all-time goalscorer list, and the City hero sits on 146 goals, and is second to Thierry Henry in the highest non-British scorer in the English top-flight.

Huddersfield came away from the Etihad with a 0-0 draw last season but couldn't deal with City this time.

No matter - City restored a three-goal advantage just three minutes into the second half with a wonderful free-kick from 20 yards from David Silva that left Hamer flat-footed - the flawless way to mark his 250th Premier League appearance.

"When this happens, Sergio is one of the best, best, best, best strikers in the world, without a doubt". Snippets of a touchline row with then Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger during that game are also shown, as is some footage of the tunnel fracas during City's shock FA Cup loss to Wigan.

Glenn Murray and Shane Duffy scored twice in two minutes and, after Romelu Lukaku hit back, Bailly condeded a needless penalty which Pascal Gross converted via David de Gea's legs. "We made a good performance in 90 minutes", he said.

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City swarmed around the Huddersfield area in the opening moments, Aguero having a shot blocked and the visitors' Steve Mounie miscuing a clearance onto the top of his own bar inside three minutes.

The Special One has said City might be a rich club that signs the best players but they "cannot buy class". I never saw him like this since I was here, he is in an incredible condition with the ball and without the ball.

Unbeaten Watford are alongside City as joint leaders after an eye-catching win at Burnley, who have gone seven league games without a win, following early second half strikes from captain Troy Deeney and Will Hughes.

Three minutes later Burnley got back on level terms when James Tarkowski headed home from corner.

Over in Portugal, Facundo FERREYRA scored his first for his new club in their 2-0 win against Boavista.

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