Manchester City: 9 Reasons Why Sergio Aguero Is Better Than Carlos Tevez

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Manchester City: 9 Reasons Why Sergio Aguero Is Better Than Carlos Tevez
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Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini would have been satisfied with the team's performance in their Premier League opener against newcomers Swansea City, and their thumping 4-0 victory could set the tone for the season. City have made some intelligent signings like Stefan Savic and Gael Clichy, but it is the signing of Sergio Aguero that could prove to be the difference for the Citizens. Mancini was interested in signing the Argentina international and paid big money to secure the deal.

Aguero is regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, and Manchester City have offered the striker the chance to display his potential in the Champions League as well as in the English Premier League. He had a fantastic debut for Manchester City, scoring two goals against Swansea and shrugging away any doubts on whether or not he could adjust to the Premiership. The striker is a high quality player who is certain to notch important goals during the course of the campaign.

Though it was initially thought that Aguero was signed as a possible replacement for Carlos Tevez, there is every chance that the prolific striker could stay at the club despite the striker wanting to quit. Mancini will be happy to hold on to both Aguero and Tevez because if the duo can strike a partnership, it could prove to be the best strike force in the Premiership.

Both Tevez and Aguero are both high quality strikers who are among the best in the world in their position, but, as supporters, it is inevitable that the two strikers will be compared. Though there are many reasons why Tevez can be considered to be a great striker for Manchester City, this is an article presenting why Aguero can be a better fit for Manchester City than Tevez.

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