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Man City legend Sergio Aguero names his top three strikers of all time

Man City legend Sergio Aguero names his top three strikers of all time

Sergio Aguero enjoyed a stellar time as a Manchester City player

Manchester City great Sergio Aguero has picked his top three strikers of all time.

Back in July of 2011, City completed the signing of Aguero from Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid in a deal worth a reported £35 million.

Since then, he went on to become the club’s highest-ever scorer and netted the historic late winner against QPR during the 11/12 season to clinch City the Premier League title.

In total, the Argentine made 390 appearances for the Etihad club, scoring 260 goals.

Recently, during a Q&A on his Twitch channel, Aguero was asked to name his top three strikers of all time.

He said: “Top 3 strikers in history? Ronaldo Nazario, Thierry Henry and Luis Suarez. In that order.”

Brazil legend Ronaldo Nazario is widely regarded as one of the finest strikers to ever play the game.

During what was an illustrious career, Ronaldo played for some of the biggest clubs in world football including Barcelona, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and AC Milan.

In his career, Ronaldo scored 352 goals in 518 appearances.


Frenchman Thierry Henry is often labelled as the best player in Premier League history after playing a huge role in Arsenal’s Invincibles season.

In his two spells with the Gunners, Henry managed 377 matches and 228 goals.

Henry will go down as one of the greatest Arsenal players of all time and has a statue outside the Emirates Stadium.


Last but not least, Luis Suarez, who currently plays for Brazilian Serie A side Gremio has been scoring goals left, right and centre for years.

After impressing at Ajax, Suarez moved to Liverpool and fast became a real fans' favourite.

Despite his dark side, it was evident that Suarez knows how to put the ball into the back of the net.


After leaving Anfield, the Uruguayan went on to play for La Liga giants Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, winning the league title with both sides.

In total Suarez has so far scored 476 goals in 775 matches in his career.

Do you agree with Aguero’s choices? Let us know in the comments.

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Topics: Manchester City, Sergio Aguero, Thierry Henry, Luis Suarez, Ronaldo Nazario, Football