Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could miss tomorrow night’s game against Cardiff and the FA Cup semi-final versus Brighton, according to reports in England.
The Argentinian international was substituted 12 minutes from time in the 2-0 win against Fulham on Saturday due to a muscular problem.
Aguero could be rested as a precaution in order to be fit for City’s Champions League clash against Tottenham next week, but fans are worried by this latest development:
This is not good news at all . but city remain city , victory is the only option .
— Ewang Sume ewang (@EEwsng) 2 April 2019
Gabriel Jesus has to step up now
— 33, (@Gabiszn__) 1 April 2019
im in pain right now
— nightwing (@Zwell_dat) 1 April 2019
Gabriel and co can beat Cardiff and Brighton.
— Rafael (@rafsle02) 1 April 2019
Jesus can be managed for the two games
— The Uncommon Man (@MCtopiano) 1 April 2019
— Jenna Jackson (@Jennababes) 1 April 2019
Oh Lord hope he comes back stronger and better and win the golden boot.
— Agüero Mädchen Victoria🇲🇰💙😁😁😁 (@1Joycityzen) 1 April 2019
— Baba Ganush (@RealNiggarShit) 1 April 2019
The 30-year-old has been in superb form in recent weeks, and he would be a huge miss if he were to sit out the next two fixtures.
Aguero has hit the back of the net 29 times in all competitions this campaign, 10 more than his closest rival Raheem Sterling.
The Argentine’s understudy Gabriel Jesus and the likes of Leroy Sane will have to step up to the plate in the City talisman’s absence.
The German, in particular, has seen his share price on Football Index increase by 47% in the last six months, demonstrating the 23-year-old’s improvement since the beginning of the season.
Sane, Jesus and Sterling will likely play a key role if City come out with two crucial wins in their next two games.