Guardiola pays tribute to Aguero
Pep Guardiola wants Manchester City to pay tribute to Sergio Aguero when the Argentine "legend" becomes their record goalscorer.
Aguero grabbed a hat-trick in City's 6-0 away rout of Watford on Saturday and stands just two goals behind Eric Brook's all-time mark of 177 in the 1920s and 1930s.
City boss Guardiola said: "Sergio now needs three goals to beat the record. It will be soon.
"Hopefully, we can make a good celebration because he's a legend, a part of the history of the club. That's good for him. He's a guy that I encourage to play, not just to score a goal."
Guardiola also paid tribute to Aguero's unselfishness after the Argentinian disobeyed his orders to allow Raheem Sterling to take the 89th-minute penalty which completed their win.
Gabriel Jesus and Nicolas Otamendi were City's other goalscorers as they leapt over Manchester neighbours United to the top of the Premier League table. - AFP