Sergio Aguero's return to action is both timely for the club itself and certain players within the squad, such as Gabriel Jesus, as Manchester City become desperate for goals up top. The Brazilian has failed to capitalise on Aguero's absence and only scored two leagues goals whilst the Argentine has been unavailable, and in truth, showed just how excellent and important the 32-year-old is for Pep Guardiola's men.
There can be simply no doubting Aguero's ability in front of goal, as he once again boasted an extraordinary goal per game ratio last season, despite injury derailing him once again. The striker bagged 16 league goals in just 24 outings in the Premier League in 2019/20, putting him as the 11th top scorer in the league, despite playing significantly less than forwards like Jamie Vardy, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mohamed Salah, who all played at least 10 more games.
Aguero will come back into the City lineup in the forthcoming games, and things might just start to click again for the Citizens with their main goal threat back in the firing line. In reality, the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling haven't hit their fabulous heights of recent times and this little boost could just be what is needed to throw the club back into title contention once again.
After all, Aguero is City's all-time top scorer with 255 goals in 373 appearances and as he proved last season, all he needs is game time. As of 26/11/20, Aguero is priced at £1.23 on Football Index.