Sergio Aguero: I’ll play through the pain even though I’m not 100%

Sergio Agüero vows to play through the pain when Manchester City host West Ham United on Sunday

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Manchester City striker Sergio Agüero Photo: Puma

Sergio Aguero has vowed to play through the pain when Manchester City host West Ham United in Sunday’s Premier League title decider.

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The Argentina international missed City’s 4-0 win over Aston Villa in midweek after picking up a groin injury against Everton last weekend.

However, the 25-year-old has been passed fit for Sunday’s clash by manager Manuel Pellegrini, whose side need just a point against the Hammers to lift their second top-flight trophy in three years.

But although Aguero admits that he is not yet fully fit, he vowed to give his all against the east London side.

“I feel good – I’m not 100 per cent yet, but I should be by Sunday,” Aguero City’s website.

“Even if I’m not, the emotion of the occasion and the desire of everyone will carry me through and I won’t notice any pain.”

Aguero scored the winning goal against QPR when City won the title on the final day of the season two years ago.

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