Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero becomes only the third player to score 150 Premier League goals for one club
- Sergio Aguero made history during Manchester City’s clash with Southampton
- Aguero netted City’s second goal of the Premier League game at the Etihad
- It was the Argentine’s 150th strike in the Premier League for reigning champions
- REPORT: Manchester City hit Southampton for six in in Etihad mauling
Sergio Aguero created more history on Sunday during Manchester City’s Premier League clash with Southampton.
The Argentine netted City’s second goal at the Etihad Stadium to put Pep Guardiola’s reigning champions in complete control – turning home from close range from Raheem Sterling’s cross.
And it was a landmark moment for the striker. He has become only the third player in Premier League history to score 150 goals for one club.
Sergio Aguero netted his 150th Premier League goal for Manchester City on Sunday afternoon
The Argentine tapped in from close range before City went on to win 6-1 against Southampton
The only other two players to achieve the remarkable feat are Thierry Henry with 175 for Arsenal and Wayne Rooney with 183 for Manchester United.
City fans will be hoping their main striker can push towards 200 Premier League goals as they look to maintain their dominance in the top flight.
The 30-year-old has also became only the ninth player to have scored 150 goals in the Premier League.
The others include Michael Owen (150), Jermain Defoe (162), Robbie Fowler (163), Henry (175), Frank Lampard (177), Andy Cole (187), Rooney (208) and Alan Shearer (260).
Only England and Newcastle legend Shearer has reached the feat quicker. Shearer took 212 games to score 150, while Aguero made 217 appearances.
Wayne Rooney netted a remarkable 183 goals for Manchester United in the Premier League
Thierry Henry scored 175 times for Arsenal in the top flight under manager Arsene Wenger
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