Date published: Monday, February 11, 2019 10:52
Sergio Aguero is "the biggest" scorer in Premier League history, according to Jamie Carragher.
Aguero scored his second hat-trick in a week when Manchester City Chelsea dismantled on Sunday.
The Premier League standings leader and reigning champion defeated Chelsea at Etihad Stadium for six .
The Argentinian overtook Robin van Persie (144), Teddy Sheringham (146), Les Ferdinand (149) and Michael Owen (150) in the Premier League all-time goalscorer and is now two goals behind Jermain Defoe (162nd) in eighth place and three less than Robbie Fowler (1
The only non-English player with more goals in the Premier League is Thierry Henry, whose 175 goals were scored in 258 games compared to Aguero's 160 229.
Carragher senses the striker, who needs 11 more goals to score Becoming the 30-year-old Premier League player is "the top scorer" the modern English national team has ever seen.
"He's just smart, he's on, he's still alive," he told Sky Sports.
"I played against him and sometimes he can be calm in a game, but before you know it, something happens, and in terms of a scorer, he is the greatest we've seen in the Premier League.
"That's the difference between him and the other greats, he's more of a scorer than the best all-round player."
Work harder than ever The manager lit the fire under him.
"He was always fabulous Player He did not want to take part in getting the ball back and defending it for the team, but now he's pushing together Guardiola caught up with Jesus and played him a little ahead of him and he lit the fire under Aguero.
"Located here now City with all the players they have, the manager repeats, and in the end the players stop listening.
"The pressure is on places and you want to play every week."
"How could S he might be in a position where Aguero might think he would not do it every weekend When he thinks like that, everyone else thinks that way. "