Sergio Aguero grabbed a brace in Manchester City 4:0 win over Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium in their Premier League win on Saturday.
Manchester City pushed forward to get an early goal but the Cherries looked solid at the backline as they stopped all attacking move by the runaway league leaders.
Sergio Aguero broke the deadlock in the 26th minute to give Manchester City over Bournemouth. The home team enjoyed a lot of ball possession.
Pep Guardiola’s men continued to push up in a bid to get the second goal but the visitors looked solid in the defence.
Aguero’s goal was the only goal that separated the two teams at the halftime.
Manchester City resumed the second half as they almost got the second goal but Bournemouth goalkeeper was out on time to make the save.
Manchester City got the second goal in the 52nd minute from a brilliant finish from Raheem Sterling from a through the pass.
City enjoyed a lot of possession in the opponent’s half, Leroy Sane make way for Bernardo Silva in the 66th minute, Guardiola made the second substitute as Kevin de Bruyne made way for Ilkay Gundogan in the 73rd minute.
Silva made a long-range strike to give City the third goal but his effort went off target in the 77th minute of the match.
A deep cross from Bernardo Silva to Aguro gave City the third goal in the 79th minute and the home team made their final change as Danilo was brought in Fabian Delph in the 80th minute.
Danilo got the fourth goal for Manchester City in the 84th minute and the Brazilian sealed the victory for the league leaders.